Travel startup Hopper has laid off a number of employees at the company’s Montreal office, Techvibes has learned.
The laid off employees worked as content analysts for Hopper, according to a source inside the company.
A LinkedIn search of Hopper employees shows that a number of the company’s content analysts ended their employment at the startup this month.
While the cuts affected a significant percentage of the company’s staff in Montreal, it remains unclear exactly how many employees were let go, if the layoffs affected employees working on any other projects, or if there were any cuts at the company’s Boston office.
Hopper is currently advertising two open development-related positions in Boston on its website.
The move comes just weeks after the seven-year-old startup launched its web-based airfare search tool publicly. Its travel planning website launched in early January, while the company’s travel blog has been live for a little more than a year. While an app is apparently in the works.
Hopper has received a total of $22 million in venture funding. The most recent round, worth $12 million, came a little less than two years ago.