What is your drive?
That is essentially how all started more than a year ago. A question that has provided many answers and ultimately brought a new community into light: Kimify.
We have spent hours and hours, days and nights and weekend after weekend to pursue our drive and our vision: A community that embraces and celebrates multifarious places and people around the world to live, learn and grow with value. That’s why we have founded Kimify. And Kimify is about you, the people who have been following us along the journey for quite some time now. And we ensured that this mantra is reflected in our core values.
It already starts with the name. When we brainstormed with a compelling branding name, we wanted to ensure that our name is not derived by the common words and phrases that are floating around on social media. Just look around how many wanderlusteres are walking around on Instagram. And just take into account how many travel blogs are out there. People who talk about their desires, their dreams, their plans and their goals. In essence, there’s nothing wrong with it. We celebrate every journey and every story. But at Kimify, we want to take the world of travel to the next level. First of all, what does kimify mean after all? In plain English, our name means you. It is deprived from the Japanese word Kimi Wa which means you.
We want to remind people, and especially you, about the fundamental need to explore new places and new parts of this world. And how fundamental important it is for your own personal development. While most people just dream about to take the first steps to make their dreams reality, we want to point out how you can effectively realise your next journey, even though you might think you are stuck in a sea of responsibilities.
Kimify is about you. No matter what we do every day, we have you in our mind. It’s not about how well we do and how important we are but how you can benefit from our services we offer to you. Join us today and stay tuned for further updates and announcements. And become part of our diverse community today.