Another milestone in customer-centric global market strategy.
NICOSIA, CYPRUS – Swan Hellenic signed a strategic partnership agreement with Nordic Cruise GSA (NCG), to provide a direct presence in Scandinavia and Islands.
NCG offers the highest standards of service and knowhow, with its founder and CEO, Jesper Boas Smith having over 26 years’ experience across the travel sector, representing together with his team many of the world’s leading Cruise companies in Scandinavia.
The partnership is a strategic agreement in line with Swan Hellenic’s long-term “vision and global strategic positioning and distribution model” approach of establishing “Swan Hellenic’s” a direct presence in selected every markets worldwide to offer the close personal service to which it is committed.
Andrea Zito commented: “We’re truly delighted to have Jesper and his agent network on board, believing strongly in the immense potential of the Scandinavian market both now and above all in the future. It was essential for us to have a truly capable expert partner based in Copenhagen the hub of Great North.”
Mr. Jesper Boas Smith, remarked: “We are honoured to represent Swan Hellenic Cruises in Scandinavia and the Nordic Territories. We look forward to being a part of the Swan Hellenic family and making sure Swan Hellenic becomes a well-known, high-end brand within expedition cruising in the Nordic Area.
Swan Hellenic is a distinguished cultural expedition cruise company with a pioneering history that provides unique experiences lived in luxurious elegance.
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