As a child, I was kind of crazy about two things; becoming a child actress and airports. I’m now 28, so becoming a child actress is pretty much out (if you have a time machine, please message me), but I DO visit airports often.
Last weekend, Quality Hunters invited me and 10 other AV geeks/travel lovers to Helsinki to attend a #QHworkshop.
For two days, we drank copious amounts of coffee and ate chocolate until we had stomach aches, but the results by Sunday evening were worth it all! And I’ve never had so much fun working so hard.
The first workshop of the season’s theme was “At Home.” We spent hours trying to get a better understanding of us (including you) by opening up about our hopes/dreams/fears and figuring out what makes us go.
And by day two, we were ready to become idea engineers, coming up with all sorts of awesomeness. I won’t give away too much– that’s what surprises are for, right?
I’m looking forward to seeing what kind of ideas come out of the next round when the Quality Hunters discuss “At the Airport.”
I’d like to encourage anyone who travels to get involved in these discussions. This is your chance to help make a difference in travel.