Go Global Travel completes three additional acquisitions of B2B accommodation providers
· Go Global Travel welcomes Olympia Europe (UK) and two Italian based companies into its family
· Go Global Travel concluded the integration of last year&rsquo successfully;s acquisitions in Poland, Romania and South Korea
Go Global Travel Ltd. (“Go Global”), a respected global B2B travel accommodation and technology provider, today the acquisition of three B2B accommodation providers including Olympia Europe announced, UK based hotel wholesaler, and two Italian companies. Year these transactions follow the successful integration of three acquisitions completed before.
Olympia Europe can be an established player in the B2B hotel industry with direct relationships with over 50,000 hotels over the USA, Europe and the center East. The experienced management teams of most three acquisitions will join Go Global Travel and continue steadily to expand their local operations.
Go Global is really a leading travel technology company offering a forward thinking booking accommodation platform for B2B clients. Go Global is really a global company with 13 multilingual offices around the world which provide 24/7 local language customer support. The recent acquisitions shall expand Go Global’s presence with 3 new offices in Italy and the united kingdom. Go Global Travel is really a portfolio company of funds advised by Apax Partners.
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Commenting on the acquisitions, Ophir Ben-Ezra, CEO of Go Global, said: “These acquisitions reflect our strategy of solidifying our leading position in local markets and enhancing our service and product for the travel companies. Our M&A activity complements our robust organic positions and growth us to end up being the provider of preference for travel companies. I’m also thrilled to welcome to the Go Global family the experienced management teams of most three acquired companies.”
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