“Optimism (in the sense that I have advocated) is the theory that all failures—all evils—are due to insufficient knowledge… Problems are inevitable, because our knowledge will always be infinitely far from complete. Some problems are hard, but it is a mistake to confuse hard problems with problems unlikely to be solved. Problems are soluble, and each particular evil is a problem that can be solved. An optimistic civilization is open and not afraid to innovate, and is based on traditions of criticism. Its institutions keep improving, and the most important knowledge that they embody is knowledge of how to detect and eliminate errors“ — David Deutsch
I have many things to say about our company, but if I must be precise, I would say one thing: we are die-hard optimists. This is the most important ingredient to our sauce. It’s the one element our company’s culture cannot live without.
We believe that connectivity is more important than ever. We believe that accessibility is a basic human right. We believe that providing quality digital solutions to everyone (literally, everyone) is a must. And that’s when our story connects to the global mission.
We are committed to creating more and more virtual opportunities to business owners, teachers, tour guides, brokers, buyers, travelers, agents, and everyone else I might have missed here. We are committed to create the best virtual solution you need.
Omer Shamay, CEO and Co-Founder, Treedis