The Appointment Group opens Singapore office

UK-based events agency The Appointment Group opened its new office in Singapore yesterday (1 September).

The Appointment Group's third Asia Pacific office will allow the company to build on existing momentum in the region, capitalise on opportunities for growth in the Asia market and expand its international network of travel and event experts.

Initially focusing on corporate travel, The Appointment Group’s eighth office will serve existing Singapore-based clients as well as new clients.

The office will be managed by Tracey Bonavia who will report in to Shane Barr, managing director of the Australian operation. Bonavia has 10 years of experience and a wealth of knowledge across the different business sectors the Singapore.

Barr said that opening in Asia had been a big step for the orgainsation. "We have long been committed to tackling the challenges that the high-growth Asia Pacific market presents us. As our presence in this region continues to significantly grow, a Singapore office is an ideal gateway for TAG to make a stamp in the growing Asian business travel and event community." He added that Singapore was strategically located in Asia and well-supported by its financial infrastructure and pro-business environment. 

The company has recently expanded its corporate travle division in the UK, with the growth of its North West office. 

More:

Profit boost at The Appointment Group

The Appointment Group to launch US arm

The Appointment Group bolsters global events division  

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