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euromic buoyant with new business and expansion after rebrand

euromic, the premier international consortium of companies specializing in event and destination management, has been enjoying a successful year, generating increasing interest and business following its rebranding with an eye-catching, contemporary and vivid new corporate identity.

Hasan Dinç, President of euromic commented: “We’ve seen a notable increase in enquiries and bookings across the world, and our members have been working with many leading international businesses.  

“For example, S’Tours in Morocco has been honoured to be selected as the organizer of COP22, the annual United Nations Convention on Climate Change “Conference of the Parties” and will welcome 10,000 delegates and attendees from 195 countries to Marrakech from November 7 - 18 2016. Blaguss in Hungary recently ran a three day reward program in Budapest for 1200 guests of a major French company.  

“Our completely new corporate identity, launched at IMEX in Frankfurt with a new logo and website, has made a strong positive impact, enhanced our image and reputation worldwide and generated a new momentum in and around the organization.  

“We have also extended our network to 45 countries, adding two more members this summer in Kazakhstan and Mexico.  

“As client expectation of the ‘wow’ factor continue to grow, so too does the pressure on meeting planners to deliver an impressive event perfectly in a foreign location. With the power of local knowledge, a leading Destination Management Company like euromic plays an increasingly vital role on the ground both in advance and on the day.  

“With our ever stronger network and forward looking image, we have a very positive outlook on the future of the industry and the business, reinforcing our long-standing position as the leading destination management partnership.”

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