Pacific World expands into Southern Africa

Pacific World expands into Southern Africa
Pacific World, the leading MICE business in Asia and Europe, announced at IMEX Frankfurt today that it is expanding into Southern Africa.

Through a partnership with ATC (African Travel Concept), the leading inbound tour operator, Pacific World Southern Africa has offices in Cape Town and Windhoek. Pacific World Southern Africa delivers inspiring meeting, incentive, congress and event programmes across the region including South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Mozambique, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

The Pacific World guarantee of operational excellence and providing top quality and creative DMC and PCO solutions will be extended into the Southern Africa region, which once combined with the extensive knowledge and experience of the local destination-based team will provide the best solutions to suit customer requirements.

“The launch of Pacific World Southern Africa is an important step towards establishing Pacific World as a global DMC, Event Management, and PCO company”, said Harsha Krishnan, Business Development Director of Pacific World.

“In Southern Africa, the partnership with ATC allows Pacific World clients to benefit from the local network and knowledge of an established leading inbound operator and a specialised MICE team whilst at the same time benefiting from the scale and operational guarantee of Pacific World globally”, he continued.

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