destinations Unlimited, the DMC representation company based in Hampshire, has joined forces with 1001 Events.
destinations Unlimited, celebrates its 25th anniversary this year and recently appointed the United Arab Emirates-based DMC in order to strengthen its reputable portfolio of ground handlers worldwide.
1001 Events celebrated its 10th anniversary in January 2014, and to mark the occasion the company launched its new office in Abu Dhabi as it expands the portfolio of destinations it operates in. The company is an active MICE player in the UK market and has won numerous awards for its services.
Nikki Mitchell, Managing Partner at destinations Unlimited, says; “Creativity is so important and 1001 Events unique approach is testament to that. We are delighted in choosing such a reputable partner for our selection of professional DMCs.”
Agnelo Fernandes, Managing Director of 1001 Events, says; “We at 1001 Events are very excited about the new partnership with destinations Unlimited, which will help us consolidate our presence in the UK market. As we celebrate our 10th anniversary we are opening our new office in Abu Dhabi, it is a special time to celebrate this great opportunity. We look forward to creating great moments and inspiring events for all the new projects that we will be working on with our clients in the UK I am really looking forward to working with Nikki and her team as we work closely together to market what Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Oman has to offer.”
Photo caption: Agnelo Fernandes, Managing Director of 1001 Events.
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