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INTERVIEW: What do Big Data, Airlines, Flying Happy and Flight Information have in Common?

What do Big Data, Airlines, Flying Happy and Flight Information have in Common?

They are the cor­ner­stones of RouteHappy.com which is hop­ing that ameni­ties such as inter­net access, wide seats, lots of legroom and two meals are impor­tant to you and has cre­at­ed a data­base of flight and air­craft ameni­ties. But in this world of big data where Omni­com and Pub­li­cis, the world’s two largest ad agen­cies merged to com­pete with Sil­i­con Val­ley, there may be more to the RouteHappy.com sto­ry. Fol­low along while we inter­view Robert Albert, the CEO and founder, about why he believes Route Hap­py and its cur­rent data­base of over 100,000 flights will lead the mar­ket for “hap­py data:” You can lis­ten to or read the inter­view below:         Roy:   My name is Roy Weiss­man, from MediaJobs.com. Today, we’re speak­ing with Bob Albert. The CEO and founder of Routehappy.com. RouteHappy.com launched on April 26th with the mis­sion to help peo­ple find the hap­pi­est flight for the low­est price. Wel­come Bob. Can you give us a sense of why you cre­at­ed this site, and what your objec­tives are and where you think it’s going? Bob:   Sure. Hi. Hi, Roy. Thanks for hav­ing me on. Yes, I am one of the guys out there who cares about my flight expe­ri­ence.…

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