Orlando, FL, December 12, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Tulo, a woman-startup focused on giving international adventure travelers authentic travel experiences, has won a SHEntrepreneurship grant from the Kpartnerz Foundation. The funding will allow the company to begin website development and complete its marketing plan.
“Support from the community is imperative in this early stage of our company so we’re very grateful for this grant and the Kpartnerz Foundation,” said Mari Milenkovic, president and co-founder of Tulo.
Milenkovic is an MBA candidate at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida.
Tulo is a travel concierge service that pairs millennial tourists with local guides based on personal interests. Tulo offers personalized, culturally authentic experiences while boosting the local economy of the visited areas.
About the Kpartnerz Foundation
The Kpartnerz Foundation, a Florida not-for-profit corporation, helps students and recent graduates join co-working spaces, attend conferences and tradeshows, and participate in competitions. Startups that are not yet in a position to be funded can apply. Acceptance criteria is focused on impact, namely how will this grant impact the ability of the startup to move forward on the path toward continued development. In 2017 the Foundation announced a new initiative, SHEntrepreneurship, earmarking funds specifically for women-led startups.
For international adventure travelers seeking authentic travel experiences, Tulo is the premiere concierge service that caters to your specific travel needs. Instead of providing cookie-cutter experiences to all, Tulo balances tourist hotspots with cultural authenticity to give the international traveler a true taste of culture at a competitive price. Tulo’s introductory international markets are Peru, Spain, and Thailand.