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Airline Profits Executive Interview with Robin Hopper, SVP Product Development & Marketing Strategy of Guestlogix [Video]

Airline Profits Executive Interview with Robin Hopper, SVP Product Development & Marketing Strategy of Guestlogix [Video]

Hello and welcome to the Profits Executive Interviews, I am Kofi Sonokpon, Managing Editor of Airline Profits magazine and author of the book series on and technology, namely Airlines for Business and Airlines for Technology.

Today, we have the privilege to talk with , the Senior Vice President in charge of Product and Marketing at (www.guestlogix.com).

Guestlogix is a Canadian company based in Toronto with offices in Dallas, Texas, London, UK and Hong Kong. It serves more than 30 airline clients and empowers more than 2 million passengers a day to personalize their .

In today’s interviews, we will focus on How Guestlogix helps airline to increase revenues, profits and .

Therefore, I invite you to stay tuned until the end to hear what Robin Hopper has to say.

 


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Kofi Sonokpon

Kofi Sonokpon

Managing Editor of Airline Profits, the first aviation magazine devoted to improving airline effectiveness and profitability, Kofi Sonokpon has more than 20 years of international experience in aviation. Kofi holds an IATA sponsored Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Air Transport Management from the John Molson School of Business at Concordia University in Montreal. Kofi Sonokpon is a speaker, an airline business thought-leader, and author an innovative book series intended for the 21st century airline, namely Airlines for Business and Airlines for Technology.