Global DMC Partners partners with Austrian specialist

Global DMC Partners has expanded its offering in Austria and Hungary by partnering with Vienna-based company IMS.

Vienna, Austria
Vienna, Austria

Founded in 1986 by Michael Schillinger, IMS provides a full range of destination management services throughout Austria and Hungary. Staff are specially trained to bring the highest level of service in designing and operating professional and large-scale corporate events, incentive programs, conferences, and product launches.


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The partnership means Global DMC Partners now has more than 55 independently-owned, global destination management companies in its portfolio.

Catherine Chaulet, president of Global DMC Partners, said: "As one of the most reputable DMCs in the Austrian and Hungarian markets, we are extremely confident in IMS and their ability to deliver the highest quality services and creativity to clients. This, along with the IMS team’s skillful expertise, makes them a seamless addition to our network to uphold the Global DMC Partners standards."

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