3 new charts - Travel
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I think we’re all counting down the days to Summer and sunshine! Have you picked your holiday destination for this year? Maybe some of our charts can help with that.
Chart #1 - Booking.com is the largest online travel company with a market cap of $84.53B! Do you use any of these other companies when booking your holidays?
Chart #2 - All 5 of the tallest mountains in the world are part of the Himalaya Mountain Range. If it is your goal in life to climb Mount Everest, not only will you need to be extremely physically fit, but you also need to be prepared to spend a lot of money. It can cost between $30,000 - $160,000!
Today’s Genuinely Impactful startups:
01 Founders - This startup helps people learn coding and digital skills, ready to access the tech industry as a mid-level full-stack developer.
Airtime Rewards - You can reduce your phone bill by simply shopping with your favourite brands. How amazing is that?
Chart #3 - Italy has the highest number of World Heritage sites at 58, closely followed by China at 56. Many famous sites include the Amalfi Coast, the Great Wall of China and Stonehenge.
See you next Wednesday with charts on music!
Created by Amara
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