WorldVentures Opens for Business in Ireland


December 14, 2012 | By More

WorldVentures, the world’s largest direct-seller of vacation and entertainment club memberships, has announced its expansion into Ireland. This most recent opening brings WorldVentures’ international presence to 22 countries, and has fulfilled a long-awaited goal for the company’s independent business owners based in the UK. The privately held company is headquartered in Plano, Texas, USA.

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“Launching in Ireland is a significant part of our global expansion plan,” said WorldVentures’ Co-Founder and Chief Executive Mike Azcue. “We are proud to further our reach and create an ever-expanding team of ambassadors that will promote opportunities for local entrepreneurs to start their own businesses, as well as gain exclusive and affordable access to some of the most desirable locations and hottest resorts around the world.”

WorldVentures’ entrance into Ireland represents a chance for those interested in building an independent business to sell club memberships to those truly passionate about travel. The company does significant strategic planning prior to opening in a new country, ensuring it has a viable market and is compliant with all local regulations. WorldVentures’ current markets include countries in Europe, North America, Asia, and Africa.

WorldVentures club members enjoy one-of-a-kind curated group vacation experiences designed and managed by Rovia, an award-winning online travel agency. Founded by two direct-selling veterans and visionaries, Mike Azcue and Wayne Nugent, WorldVentures is built on three guiding principles: a foundation of superior travel and vacation products for customers; fair and transparent economic opportunity for its consultants; and a genuine commitment to community coupled with good corporate citizenship.

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, copywriter, editor and proofreader for 47 years, and News and Features Editor for ‘Irish Travel Trade News’ for the past 38 years.

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