Green Motion Seeks Franchise Opportunities at Fitur

Logo courtesy of Fitur
Logo courtesy of Fitur

Global car rental company Green Motion joined tour operators, hotels, airlines, and other rental car companies at the 38th annual Fitur International Tourism Trade Fair. The trade show will run from Jan. 17 to 21.

From left: Green Motion Founder and CEO Richard Lowden, Franchise Sales Executive Tanja Zolin, and Senior Director of Global Partner Management Nick Ravagnan. Photo courtesy of Green Motion
From left: Green Motion Founder and CEO Richard Lowden, Franchise Sales Executive Tanja Zolin, and Senior Director of Global Partner Management Nick Ravagnan. Photo courtesy of Green Motion

Members of Green Motion's head office are in attendance in support of car rental franchising and global business development.

Green Motion Founder and CEO Richard Lowden and Franchise Sales Executive Tanja Zolin are working on meeting with potential franchisees for local, regional, and international franchise opportunities. Green Motion recently announced the sale of a European franchise in Portugal.

Green Motion's Senior Director of Global Partner Management Nick Ravagnan is meeting with existing and new supply partners who support the company in generating rental bookings.

The Fitur International Tourism Trade Fair is a global meeting point for tourism professionals for inbound and outbound Ibero American markets. Trade show attendees and exhibitors are visiting Fitur from Costa Rica, Mexico, the Caribbean, Morocco, and European destinations such as Portugal, Croatia, and the United Kingdom.

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