Being responsible for the carrier’s sales and marketing operations in Greece, France and Germany, Discover the World aims to increase passenger traffic on daily flights from London to Dubai and to Brunei, and in the airline’s network of destinations in Southeastern Asia and Melbourne.
“Royal Brunei has chosen to cooperate with Discover the World due to its innovative approach regarding the development of operations for its customers,” the company’s vice president Ian Murray said. “Our offices in France, Germany and Greece will support Royal Brunei in its efforts to strengthen its position in Europe and to achieve its goals in these markets,” he added.
Discover the World is currently present in 60 countries around the world with 85 offices. Its portfolio includes 100 companies, which trust their sales, marketing, business processing and distribution needs to Discover the World across the globe.