Ovation expands global presence with five new offices

Ovation Global DMC has secured partnerships with DMCs at five new locations across Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe and The Americas.

Ovation Global DMC's Aoife Delaney
Ovation Global DMC's Aoife Delaney

Ovation's new DMC partners are based in Armenia, Aruba and Curaco, Costa Rica, Tunisia and New Zealand.

The list of partners is as follows: 

  • Armenia – Event Solutions & Incentives DMC
  • Aruba & Curaco – ECO DMS
  • Costa Rica – Costa Rica DMC Tours
  • Tunisia – Iris Events
  • New Zealand – Extra Mile Company

Aoife Delaney, Ovation's director of global sales and recently appointed recently appointed VP of Finance for SITE Global, said: "As more corners of the globe become ever more accessible, I am delighted to see Ovation growing to open up even more destinations for our clients." 

Hugo Slimbrouck, director of strategic partnerships, added: "Each of these new partner companies has demonstrated how closely they operate in line with Ovation’s values, culture and standard operating procedures.

"These are all exciting new destinations with growth potential for Ovation and most importantly they are destinations where our clients need support services."

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