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Sojern Continues Its Global Expansion with New Offices in the Middle East and in Asia

April 1, 2015 Corporate No Comments Email Email

Sojern, travel’s leading data-driven performance marketing engine, today announced the opening of new offices in Singapore and Dubai. Stewart Hunter has been hired as director of sales in Singapore andStewart Smith as senior director of sales in Dubai. The two new regional heads will focus on expanding existing client relationships and introducing the Sojern Traveler Platform to new customers.

Asian travelers are increasingly shaping global travel trends and Singapore is an emerging travel hub for the region. As such, Stewart Hunter will be leading Sojern’s APAC efforts out of Singapore where he joins an existing team of sales and service professionals. Prior to joining Sojern, Hunter was the Vice-President, APAC, at Somo, one of the world’s fastest growing mobile marketing solutions companies. He is joined at Sojern by Bianca Loo, formerly a Wego sales manager for the Asia-Pacific region.

Over the past year, data-driven advertising has become a key part of a marketer’s customer acquisition strategy across Asia,” said Hunter. “The Sojern team will be helping the biggest brands in travel to run the most sophisticated digital advertising campaigns inAsia-Pacific, just as the region is on the verge of overtaking Western Europe as the world’s second largest ad market. I’m extremely excited to join the company at this critical growth stage.”

In Dubai, Stewart Smith will be leading the expansion and development of Sojern in the Middle East and Africa region. Smith spent a year and a half in Sojern’s London office where he helped establish the brand with European clients. He brings more than 12 years of digital experience in travel at high growth technology companies, most recently at, where he developed digital media partnerships across agencies, airlines, hotels and tourist boards.

“The Middle East is home to three of the world’s leading international airlines and a fast-growing hotel and tourism sector,” said Smith. “One in six customers in the Middle East is using the internet as the booking platform of choice, so the market is now ripe for a player like Sojern. The Sojern Traveler Platform will help travel brands connect with a young and tech-savvy audience that is looking to travel within – and outside of – the MEA region.”

Sojern’s expansion comes on the heels of explosive growth across the North American and European regions.  The company has increased its data footprint to more than 350 million global traveler profiles and continued a three-year pattern of rapid financial growth. In recognition of its momentum, Sojern has been named the fastest-growing travel technology company on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 list for the last two years.

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