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Travel Lifestyle Network announces three new members in Argentina, Israel and South Africa

by | Apr 14, 2021

The Travel Lifestyle Network (TLN) announced the addition of three new agency partners to the world’s premier communications agency network exclusively focused on the travel and lifestyle sectors. The network is a global collective of leading independent, likeminded PR and Marketing Communications agencies. It currently consists of 19 members, representing over 30 countries on 6 continents.

The newly inducted agencies are:

These new agencies joined TLN after a full vote by the network’s existing members.

“As we celebrate more than a decade of service to clients around the world, we’re thrilled that the Travel Lifestyle Network continues to grow,” said Virginie Le Norgant, Chairwoman of TLN and Associate Director at Paris-based Group Expression. “Even during these incredibly complex times, our network continues to grow. The addition of these new members further strengthens our impact across the globe, allowing our current members to better serve existing and future clients. It’s exciting that top-tier agencies continue to approach our network about joining.”

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