TAG opens new office in Hong Kong

The travel and event management company expands its reach in Asia and now has ten offices worldwide.

Hong Kong
Hong Kong

Travel and event management company TAG has extended its global reach by opening a new office in Hong Kong, adding to its offices operating in several continents.

Shane Barr, TAG’s managing director of Asia-Pacific, said: "Asia is currently one of the most dynamic and exciting regions in the business world, and having a presence in Hong Kong provides the perfect stepping stone into the booming Chinese market. 

"Our new partnership will strengthen TAG’s visibility in the region and allow us to offer a premium level of service to our growing client base travelling and doing business across Asia."

Daniel Price, group corporate director, added: "We are delighted to offer our existing client base and potential new clients a TAG standard in four of the top five global financial hubs – New York, London, Hong Kong and Singapore."

Established in 1988, TAG has five divisions – Corporate, Touring, Events, Private Travel and Film & Media – with ten offices worldwide.

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