Reflects Focus On International Growth & Momondo Brand Building
Board strengthened with appointment of momondo founder Thorvald Stigsen
Corporate re-brand will see Company continue to grow both brands online.
Group unveils new sites: Cheapflights.co.za and Momondo.ro
Copenhagen and New York ... Cheapflights Media Ltd is adopting the name of its Danish travel search site subsidiary, momondo, as the Company’s new corporate identity. This decision reflects the company’s long-term strategy to further develop its geographical presence in non-English-
The Company is also unveiling the latest phase in its international expansion program with the roll out of a new presence in South Africa, www.cheapflights.co.za. The new launch builds on the early success of its dedicated Australasian site, www.cheapflights.com.au, which has seen more than a 50% growth in sales and visitor numbers over the past year. The international expansion of the momondo brand also continues at pace with the launch of a Romanian site www.momondo.ro.
The newly-rebranded Company is further strengthening its Board with the appointment of Thorvald Stigsen, Founder of momondo (http://www.momondo.com/)
Hugo Burge, CEO momondo (http://www.momondo.com/)
Thorvald Stigsen, founder and momondo (http://www.momondo.com/)
The parent company, momondo (http://www.momondo.com/)
Burge added: “The Cheapflights name has high levels of recognition and resonance amongst users in our established English-speaking markets, where we will continue to invest for growth. But as we move forward into new, non-English-
momondo group: “Let’s Open our World.”
Skygate began the sourcing of complex air-travel data in 1992, whilst Cheapflights pioneered the online comparison of flight deals for users in 1996 and momondo launched meta-search in the Nordic countries from 2006.
The Group has offices in London, Copenhagen, Boston and Toronto, with a consumer base across 16 core international markets but users all over the world.
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