TWIN Global Management Signs 8 Israeli Agencies

The TWIN (TRAVELSAVERS Worldwide Independent Network) global travel management company said it has in-country representation in the Middle East. The group has signed eight Israeli-based travel agencies as new TWIN members: Hadani Rehovot, Hadasim Travel, Hillel Tours, Kikar Hayahalom, Shaked Tours, Sorrento, Star Tours, and Zion Tours. The new licensee agreement will support Israeli agencies with inbound U.S. corporate travel and create new business opportunities for TRAVELSAVERS agencies.

“We’re pleased to have accomplished this strategic expansion and to have secured a presence in this key part of the world on behalf of our agencies," said Rick Mazza, president and CEO of TWIN. "As TWIN members, independent agencies in the Middle East and around the world can quickly gain a competitive edge when soliciting and servicing mid-sized, large, and multinational clientele because of the resources of our global network and negotiating power. And, despite today’s political challenges, corporations still need to conduct business on all continents. Collectively, TWIN is providing the highest level of account management and customer service available today, wherever and whenever they need to travel.”

TWIN is a global travel management company in which travel agencies participate as licensees in an international network. Upon joining the organization, they instantly become partners with other top agencies around the world and gain the ability to engage in global account sharing and data consolidation. TWIN provides the infrastructure, resources and in-country representation for larger independent agencies to offer multinational corporate clients superior account management and customer service.

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