At Hopper, we are leveraging the power that comes from combining massive amounts of data and machine learning to build the world’s fastest-growing mobile first travel marketplace -- one that enables our customers to save money and travel better.
At Hopper, our Leadership Principles underpin everything we do — who we hire, what we value in decision making, and how we determine career advancement. When designing our Leadership Principles, we drew inspiration from some of the world's most successful marketplaces, including Amazon.
A ukulele-playing developer, an engineer-turned-data scientist, a copywriter-turned-marketer-turned-product manager: at Hopper, backgrounds are diverse and unique, and pathways for growth are limitless. How will your story add to our mix?
We know that part of being our best selves at work means having fun outside of working hours. We don’t just say goodbye at five. Expect board game nights, barbecues, lunch-and-learns, and company-wide offsites. We like to have fun, what can we say?
Air is where we first pioneered flight forecasting and price predictions on a mobile app.
Launched in 2018, our hotels product brings closed-user-group rates & mobile rated to our customers
We launched a native experience in our app and have already scaled the business materially.
We're building a product to cover the other 50% of lodging spend for our under-35 user base.
We predict future travel prices and send notifications that tell customers the best time to book.
We instantly rebook customers to their destinations if they are disrupted at the airport or delayed
As one of Hopper’s first employees on the Growth team, Brianna has led the company’s communications strategy since its launch. In her role, she manages a cross-functional team focused on public relations and marketing communications. Her team has been instrumental in driving Hopper's organic growth as the company is regularly featured in top-tier media outlets such as New York Times, Wall Street Journal, NBC Nightly News, Good Morning America, Forbes, Fast Company, and TechCrunch.
Today, Hopper is best known as a travel app. We're going to do about $1B in sales this year and weathered the COVID storm better than anyone expected. Now we're laying the groundwork for continued expansion in 2021 by adding great people to our team who can help us compete with the travel giants.