Travel Connections Arabia expands into Saudi Arabia

July 3, 2016 2:55 pm

Constance Belle Mare Plage. (Imge supplied)

Travel Connections Arabia (TCA), a Dubai-based sales and marketing agency that specialises in luxury hospitality, has announced that it is expanding into Saudi Arabia.

 

Following eight successful years of operating from Dubai, TCA announced the opening a new office in the Saudi Arabian capital of Riyadh, to “offer services to the Kingdom’s ever-increasing outbound travel needs,” a TCA statement read.

 

Regional Sales Manager Hamada Hefnawy, with more than four years’ experience in the travel and tourism industry, has recently been appointed to cover all of Saudi Arabia.

 

“We are absolutely thrilled to expand into Saudi Arabia with our second GCC base. We feel it is essential to be present on the ground in this ever-growing Kingdom and hub, where resident business and family travellers alike expect nothing but the best when travelling abroad – and no one is better equipped than TCA to help provide and spread the message of these exceptional experiences,” Ahmed Soliman, managing director at TCA, said.

 

TCA outsources sales and marketing services for international luxury hotels to generate lucrative inbound travel business from the Middle East to properties located in destinations around the world.

 

Its services include identifying marketing strengths for these properties, as well as identifying the latest behaviours and trends for GCC travellers.

 

Some of the most exclusive hospitality destinations working with TCA include: Iniala Beach House in Phuket, Thailand; The Mark in New York City, USA; The Lanesborough in London, England; Kulm Hotel St. Moritz in Switzerland; Villa Cora in Florence, Italy; and six exceptional Constance Hotels & Resorts, spread across the Indian Ocean’s top destinations: the Seychelles, the Maldives and Mauritius.

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