What a year: Dohop 2022 Review
20 December 2022
What a year it’s been!
We received a follow-on investment from SEP in March, which was an exciting start to the year. We also sold the most Dohop-enabled connections in history, in March, making it a record-breaking month for the company.
The momentum continued, and in April AirTransat announced the addition of three new carriers to connectair by AirTransat. This year saw numerous new launches, including those by Viva, Jazeera Airlines, Norse Atlantic Airways, and Thai Vietjet Air. All of these airlines partnered with Dohop to power their own connecting platforms. Additionally, many already-established Dohop-powered airline platforms expanded their networks by bringing on new partners and making connecting journeys more accessible to their passengers.
A great moment in our year was at the end of May, when we hosted our first ever Dohop Partner Event. It was a great opportunity to bring together our partners from around the globe in Reykjavik to discuss the future of connected travel and find original ways to improve connectivity on a global scale. We were thrilled with the event’s positive reception. The preparations for next year’s event have already begun, so keep an eye out for those invitations!
Dohop has also expanded significantly this year, bringing on 30 new team members both in Iceland and abroad. As of right now, our team consists of 75 individuals based in ten different countries. Fits the bill for a travel technology company.
A big development that was finalised in the latter months of the year was the appointment of new members to the senior leadership team, with Oana Savu taking on the role of Chief Strategy Officer, Ingunn Svala Leifsdóttir joining as Chief Operating Officer, Olafur Ragnar Helgason taking over as Chief Product Officer, and Sarah Hanan being appointed as Chief Commercial Officer.
Overall, we’ve had an eventful 2022, and we can’t wait to see what’s next.
Here’s to a brilliant 2023! Cheers!