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Ovation Global DMC Announces Offices At Eight New Locations

Continuing its global expansion Ovation Global DMC has announced offices at eight new locations across Asia, Europe and Latin America.

At each of the following locations, destination services will be provided by Strategic Partner companies who have been selected by Ovation according to strict criteria including industry reputation, financial stability and operational excellence:

  • Cambodia - Easia Travel
  • Laos - Easia Travel
  • Myanmar - Easia Travel
  • Panama - Experience Panama
  • Portugal - Vega DMC
  • Qatar - Gulf Adventures
  • Ukraine - Albatros Travel
  • Vietnam - Easia Travel

Commenting on the announcement, Patrick Delaney, Vice President of Ovation Global said "It has been our stated goal to provide Ovation services at 100 worldwide locations by 2012 and I am delighted that the announcement of these new partnerships brings that goal to fruition."

Hugo Slimbrouck, Ovation’s Strategic Partner Liaison, added "Each of these new partner companies has demonstrated how closely they operate in line with Ovation’s values, culture and Standard Operating Procedures. These are all exciting new destinations with growth potential for Ovation and most importantly they are destinations where our clients need support services."