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Global Discovery: Introduction of a Unique Global Tribe of Travel Entrepreneurs

June 29, 2014 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under:

Global Discovery is an association of travel professionals built from the bottom up. It is truly a resourceful organization by the members, for the members. Its remarkable success to date can be explained by two factors: its enlightened leadership and its members’ eagerness to succeed.

Members are all passionate destination management companies from all over the world: Latin America, Africa and Asia.

The Global Discovery name was minted at one of its inaugural meetings in 2004 at Sariska Palace in Rajasthan, India. “The friendship forged at the time with like-minded souls, dedicated to sharing the passion for their destinations by delivering great travel experiences is still there” reminisced Khiri Group Founder & CEO, Willem Niemeijer, who attended this event.

While some members have changed in the following ten years, current members continue to network closely and support each other by sharing their business experiences from sustainability issues to product tips. We’re proud to be part of this unique global tribe of inspired travel entrepreneurs.

You have a chance to meet us all at the WTM in London (3-6 November, ExCel London, booth GV720).

 

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