To have the Spanish version of our website demonstrate not only our growth as a company, but also reflects the commitment to offer the best services to our customers.
Santiago (PRWEB) October 03, 2012
In order to continue its growth around the globe and especially in the Latin American market, Touristlink launched this week the Spanish version of its website to improve their services to all of its users as well travel agencies and tours operators.
During last weeks, teams from Latin America and India work in record time to launch one of the largest social marketplaces to the service to the all Spanish speakers. This new version of the site will allow enhancing the alternatives to travel and offering a access to a lot of number of packages in the region and the rest of the world.
Referring to this new achievement, David Urmann, CEO and co founder of Touristlink, said: “To have the Spanish version of our website demonstrate not only our growth as a company, but also reflects the commitment to offer the best services to our customers.” “Now, Latin American community has the possibility to access in its own language to large variety of local packages around the world and interact with others travelers and tour operators, offering new experiences of travel”, he added.
Touristlink arrives into Latin America in September of this year. In a short time, it has created a large touristic offer in countries as Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Peru and Uruguay. The company expects to expand its offer to other countries in the region.
With more than 5,000 members, Touristlink is the largest social marketplaces focused on the travel industry, connecting travelers with local operators. Based in Nagpur, India, is managed by GoTripIndia the developers of hotelkohoj.com and its United States partner Visitusa.com. Recently the company has opened a new office in Santiago, Chile in association with the Start Up Chile program to cover all Latin America region.
For further information, please visit http://www.touristlink.com or contact to David Urmann in davidurmann(at)touristlink(dot)com