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Lonely Planet

To cover 350,000 destinations, Lonely Planet’s global team of writers and editors use Dropbox Paper to coordinate responsibilities and share ideas.

Photo of Bailey Freeman, Destination Editor, Lonely Planet

“We’re a content-first business. We wouldn’t be able to deliver on our mission without our model of working, because what we do for a living is cover the world. And Dropbox is an enabler of that.”

—Daniel Houghton, CEO, Lonely Planet

“Paper is great for imagining what the final article is going to look like,” Freeman says. “You can send out a list of to-do’s, introduce all sorts of multimedia, and leave comments for your colleagues to interact with.”

—Bailey Freeman, Destination Editor, Lonely Planet