Most software companies in the tourism and activity industry were built by, well, tech people. Hence, the gap between what operators want and what software companies build.
TourOpp is different because its software is made by people like you, tour, and activity operators, that partnered with some smart tech people. We founded the company in 2016 to help solve REAL daily challenges of our industry.
The company is based in Florida, USA, but we pride ourselves in having a diverse team working from 3 different countries. Since we launched our first line of business, in 2018, our company has been recognized by international organizations like SeedStars, SouthSummit, and Start-Up Chile, among a few others.
In 2019, we launched TourOpp GO!, aimed at closing the gap of communication between travel companies and their customers.
Our mission at TourOpp GO! is to help tour and activity operators generate more bookings and reviews!
“I love traveling, so I am passionate about finding technological solutions for the tourism industry that can help operators and travelers like myself.
Aside from my work at TourOpp, I am also part of the Board of other travel companies like KAIA Hotel and Gray Line Ecuador and Gray Line Worldwide and Gray Line Latin America, where I try to contribute with my knowledge and connections to this industry. ”
“For the past seven years, I have worked on the traveling industry and focused on improving travelers experience through technology.
Aside from TourOpp, I have also founded BucketPass.com, KAIA Hotel and am part of Gray Line Ecuador board. I truly know what it is like to be in the shoes of our clients and always focus on helping them as much as possible”
“With 10+ years in the software development space, I am passionate about finding disruptive solutions to common day problems of small businesses. I also have a degree in communication and love to improve online communication using my knowledge in technology.
I love continuous learning, especially when it comes to modern technologies and programming languages.”