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Groupe GM announces its development in Australia and New Zealand

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Groupe GM, an international player in the hospitality products sector, today announced its expansion in Australia and New Zealand with its new exclusive partner, Paris Groupe Ltd.
Since its inception in 1972, Groupe GM has continued to grow internationally. With this expansion plan, Groupe GM wants to establish its presence in Asia-Pacific, where it is already well established, as in Cambodia, China, Japan, Korea, Laos, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan, Vietnam, Hong Kong and Macau. Indeed, the group's strategy is to increase its international development beyond the current network of more than 70 countries across all continents.
Laurent Marchand, President of Groupe GM, said: "After our recent move to Hong Kong and Macau, we are now delighted to continue our development in the Asia-Pacific region. Australia and New Zealand are among the most popular destinations in the world and represent interesting prospects for our group. We are confident that our partnership with Paris Group Ltd will bear fruit and enable us to provide the best possible service in the region. »
Jason Williams will head Paris Group, accompanied by his business partners Brian Tuia and Daren Manks, who each bring their rich experience in the hospitality, retail and investment sectors.

"Australia and New Zealand have a significant need for quality bespoke hospitality products. We are proud to work with Groupe GM, an international player known for its luxury hospitality products, and look forward to delivering the ultimate customer experience for travellers in the region," says Williams.

The Australian and New Zealand hotel sector continues to show strong performance, with record numbers of international visitors and domestic overnight stays last year. International travel to Australia is forecast to grow by 6.2% and overnight stays by 5.9% on average each year over the next three years. In addition, Australia recorded 7,100 hotel room creations in 2018, a growth that is expected to continue. Indeed, 33,000 additional rooms should open over the next three years, half of which by the end of 2020.

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