Mideast Travel Worldwide reaches new heights in Business Travel
For the first time in its history, Mideast Travel Worldwide has the honour to receive a Platinum Award in the category of Travel Management at the Tourism Awards. The news of the award in the midst of this unprecedented period we are all going through is definitely a new challenge to place the bar higher for its team members in serving its clients.
In its 37 years of successful operation, and after many prestigious awards at local and international level in the field of tourism, this distinction came as proof and as a recognition of Mideast’ s growing expertise in the field of business travel which is one of the main pillars of the company.
The announcement occurred online on Wednesday, June 3, a first in the history of Tourism Awards that took place in Greece for the seventh consecutive year, rewarding the excellence of Greek tourism companies, even in these turbulent times of the tourism industry. This award is one of the most significant -if not the most significant- award that the company has received on a nationwide level since it managed to stand out among the most predominant travel agencies in the country that specialize in business trips.
A broad network of exclusive partnerships both in Greece and abroad, a wide array of innovative and cost-efficient business travel solutions and a heavy focus towards maintaining compliance with the customers’ policies and business objectives have enabled Mideast Travel Worldwide to constantly expand its list of corporate clients and gain the trust of Greek and multinational companies by providing exceptional travel services. Its wide range of travel services worldwide and the decisive bargaining power of its executives ensure exclusive offers for its customers.
When asked about the positive elements that will define the next day of Greek tourism, General Manager of Mideast Travel Worldwide, Maria Mousbeh, stated: “Greece’s delightful climate and the positive image promoted abroad in regards to dealing with Covid-19 will certainly have a catalytic role in the course of tourism in the country. Along with the locals who are gifted with a lot of passion rooted in a profound sense of hospitality, these factors will certainly be the driving forces in strengthening the economy in the near future.”