AgentCars Partners With Sales Agent to Expand to Turkey

AgentCars, an online car rental platform, has expanded its sales and marketing representation by partnering with Discover the World in Turkey.

"We have partnered with Discover in 12 other countries and are very aware of its capabilities and sales techniques,” said Grace Villamayor, co-founder and CEO of AgentCars. “Discover's office in Turkey identified the need for a user-friendly car rental platform to service the trade community since one doesn't exist today in Turkey."

"Our office in Turkey has been operating for just a year and a half and represents, in addition to AgentCars, such global brands as Aeromexico, Caesar's Entertainment, bmi regional, GOL Airlines, and Hotelmize," said Ian Murray, Discover the World's executive vice president. "It was this office's local knowledge and energy that led to AgentCars being represented in this market. It demonstrates the capabilities of this and our other offices around the globe."

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