AgentCars Partners with Sales Agent to Expand in Latin America

RentingCarz, the holding company for online rental car platform AgentCars, has enlisted Discover the World to be its sales agent in 13 Latin American countries.

These countries including Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela.

“Working with Discover the World, we are poised to make great inroads in increasing car rental penetration throughout the region,” said Grace Villamayor, CEO of RentingCarz. “We selected Discover's sales teams because they maintain excellent relationships with the local travel communities no matter in what country, and they will help to educate them about the simplicity of our booking process.”

Through the new partnership, Discover the World, a global travel distribution company, will help increase awareness and bookings on AgentCars.

"It's the first time we have had the pleasure of representing the easiest and most powerful rental car platform in the marketplace to our travel partners in these 13 Latin American countries," said Jenny Adams, CEO of Discover the World. "We can guarantee RentingCarz will receive increased awareness and bookings on AgentCars as a result of this new relationship."

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