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VANCOUVER — 5Continents’ Managing Partner David Boigné and National Director of Sales & Development, Canada & the U.S., Michèle Rauzon, welcomed agents to the Vancouver stop of its cross-Canada roadshow this week.
Boigne and Rauzon, together with 5Continents team members from around the world, were on hand to talk to agents and other industry partners about incentive groups, student groups, leisure groups and FIT.
Billed as ‘the link between the travel trade and the world’s best inbounds, in a safe and secure environment’, 5Continents works with travel agents and tour operators to facilitate connections to inbound operators worldwide. More than a GSA, the company specializes in group itineraries but also takes on FIT as well.
Boigné, who has worked with some of the biggest brands in the travel industry, including Jonview Canada, Exotik and Boomerang Tours, Intair and TravelBrands, specializes in a concierge-style approach to travel. “I think that’s what’s lacking in the industry right now: customization,” said Boigné in an earlier interview with Travelweek.
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