08 Jan 2017

EveryMundo Expands Its Performance Marketing Solutions and Services Across The Globe

EveryMundo, a leading provider of performance marketing solutions for the global airline industry, continues its global expansion with the appointment of two business directors to lead the growth of its business development and Asia-Pacific (APAC) teams.

Oliver Dunn joins EveryMundo as Director of Business Development in Miami, while Jonathan Liu is the new Managing Director for the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, based in Hong Kong. With headquarters in the US and a presence in both Latin America and Europe, Dunn and Liu join the performance marketing solutions provider as it continues to grow and offer its products and services to the global airline market.

With worldwide digital travel sales expected to grow 11.5% to $629.81 Billion by the end of 2017, EveryMundo is expanding its global presence to provide more airlines with marketing solutions and services. EveryMundo’s offerings helps airlines increase their marketing effectiveness and agility without putting a strain on resources and ultimately empowers them to change the ways in which they do business.

Primed for Growth

Dunn brings to EveryMundo more than a decade of experience in business development and revenue growth through sales management and marketing initiatives. Before joining EveryMundo, he held a Sales Leadership role at Intelligent Medical Objects (IMO), helping the medical software company grow into a $50 million-a-year business.

“I am thrilled to bring my years of software experience to EveryMundo in support of digital marketing strategies and solution platforms that help airlines boost their digital power,” said Dunn.

Asian Market Expansion

Liu’s career spans search engine optimization and marketing, paid search and online advertising management for such companies as Yahoo!, Expedia, and’s Asia brand. Earlier in his career, Liu founded and managed his own digital marketing agency, specializing in media buying and optimization, web development and social media.

“With digital travel sales in the APAC region estimated to grow more than 21% within the next year, the need has never been greater for airlines to increase their digital power, drive direct-channel growth and own their customers,” said Liu. “I look forward to helping airlines take back control of the online booking channel.”



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