DMC Advantage adds three new partners

DMC Advantage has added three new DMC partners specialising in Austria, Netherlands and Africa to its portfolio.

Simon Burleigh and James Dowson of DMC Advantage
Simon Burleigh and James Dowson of DMC Advantage

The new partners include Imperial Connection Austria, Walthers DMC Southern Africa and Performance Travel Netherlands.

Bringing the collection to 16 DMC partners, the company aims to work with small, owner-managed organisations which focus on service and creativity.


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"We are excited to increase the breadth of our top-notch DMC offering and look forward to representing three forward-thinking and well-regarded DMC partners," said James Dowson, managing partner of DMC Advantage.

We choose to represent smaller, owner-managed DMCs as we find they can work autonomously to create the most innovative events. It’s DMCs like these who we find deliver again and again – a good example of which are NXTevent in Boston and Factor3 Events in Spain who were involved in two of this year’s winning events at the C&IT Awards."

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