Ovation Global DMC targets emerging markets

Ovation Global DMC has formed new strategic partnerships in emerging meetings and events markets including Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan, Peru, Rwanda and East Africa.

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These new partnerships aim to further strengthen the company’s positioning within the European, Asian, Latin American and African meetings industry markets. Drawing on the experience of a local management team, these new partners will operate incentive and corporate meeting programmes for international clients.

Commenting on the developments, Hugo Slimbrouck, director of strategic partnerships, Ovation Global DMC, said: "I’m excited to add these destinations to our portfolio. Working with strategic partners in more than 50 destinations around the globe brings great value to our corporate and third party clients. All of these are great and emerging meeting, conference and incentive destinations. On top of this, our alliance with the DMC Network adds another 30 DMC partners in the USA, Canada and the Caribbean, making it the largest in the world."

 

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