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Mideast Travel Opens Three New Branches In Greece And Turkey

Mideast Travel, Glyfada branch. Photo © Mideast

Mideast Travel, Glyfada branch. Photo © Mideast

Greek company Mideast Travel has opened new branches in Glyfada, Mykonos and Istanbul, aiming to strategically expand its network in these three important tourist generating markets.

According to Mideast, this is its greatest business expansion in its 30 years of operation in the field of tourism and conferences.

“Through the opening of our three new branches we continue looking forward, keeping our respect to humanity, faith in our strengths and most of all our passion for service,” Mideast owner and managing director, Katerina Mousbeh, said.

The company’s on-site presence in the specific markets is expected to further optimize the client service offered by Mideast. The company will aim for a client portfolio growth to enhance its position in the Greek market.

New branches

Mideast Travel, Mykonos branch. Photo © Mideast

Mideast Travel, Mykonos branch. Photo © Mideast

Glyfada (Kondyli Street) was chosen for its geographically strategic location that accommodates a major part of Mideast clientele. Through the Mykonos branch – located on Matogianni Street, the most popular street in Mykonos town – the company aims to attract a big number of tourists and offer optimum on-time services to the island’s locals and entrepreneurs. With its new branch in Istanbul, Mideast further strengthens its position in the outbound and inbound tourism market from and to Turkey.

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According to Mrs. Mousbeh, the company’s plans are ongoing as the Mideast team produces new ideas on a daily basis.

“We are a team full of dreams and we aspire to realize them one by one, day by day, along with a promise: to be always next to our customers, offering unique life experiences,” she added.


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