Our parent company Mondee, is planning to go public!
Mondee Inc. (“Mondee”), a rapid growth, technology-first travel marketplace with a portfolio of globally recognized brands in the leisure, retail, and corporate travel sectors, has entered into a business combination agreement with ITHAX Acquisition Corp. (NASDAQ: ITHX) (“ITHAX”). Upon completion of the transaction, which is expected to occur in the first half of 2022, the combined company will retain the Mondee name and is expected to be traded on The Nasdaq Stock Market, LLC (“Nasdaq”) under the new ticker symbol “MOND.”
Founded in 2011, Mondee is modernizing and disrupting the travel market. Mondee’s technology-led growth strategies have produced a strong financial and market track record, especially within the legacy-anchored travel industry. Mondee is now well-positioned to continue these market growth and financial performance trends by leveraging its agile technology platforms, feature-rich product offerings, and segment-targeted content to serve the rapidly accelerating gig economy and next-generation travel demand.
Mondee first disrupted the market by providing leisure travel agents with modern technologies and content platforms to transform their legacy systems and better serve the value-savvy traveler, enabling the Company to become a market leader within the growing North America private airfare market. Today, Mondee is rapidly growing its presence in the hotel and car segments, while expanding into cruise and tour offerings. Mondee is now leveraging its market-leading operating system, existing networks and products, and new subscription-based products to become a leading platform serving gig economy workers, small and medium-sized corporations, organizations, and other closed user groups, making further inroads into the $1 trillion market segment. The Company’s next-generation solutions and comprehensive set of brands include TripPro, Rocketrip, TripPlanet, TripPay, and UnPub, which together deploy efficient technology and feature-rich services with access to more segment-specific inventory across low-cost and network air carriers, a broad spectrum of accommodations, and ancillary services, including financial technology, marketing technology, and conversational commerce platforms at a far better value than do legacy distribution platforms.