"It's almost like a golden age in mapping. More people than ever before in history are using maps every day," he said. "For me, that's fantastic, and it's an opportunity."
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Charlie Regan, who runs the maps division for National Geographic, said the company has sold more paper map products in the past three years than it has ever sold since launching the division in 1915.