The product is as simple as it can get. Travelers that want to go on a “City Break” just list up to three places they don’t want to visit. They receive the weather forecasts of their secret destination one week in advance but they get to know it only when they arrive at the airport and embark on a plane that will surely land them safely to their destination and not on a deserted island. J.J. Abrams aside, it’s clear that – more than a product – sells the experience around it. And apparently, sales are pretty good. In the past three years, the company grew more than 3,000 percent. To find out more about such impressive growth, The Next Web met with Raymond Klompsma, the CEO and co-founder of Get the full story at The Next Web