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Posted: 12 Oct 2011 | 6:00 am
One of Asia's leading hotel, tourism and leisure communication companies Keen Media have grown their universe as newly launched Quo Global.
Based in Bangkok, and led by David Keen the group has worked with many regional players including Anantara, Dusit International, Onyx (Amari), Outrigger and Sofitel.
A number of upscale independent hotels have also come under their brand guidance including The Sukhothai and Metrolpole.
One of the key growth sectors for the group has been in destinations and organizations which in the past have included Maldives, Bhutan and most recently the new roll out of PATA.
The newly christened QUO will be internationally focused with offices in London, and will be bring other destinations on line over the next 12-18 months including Shanghai, Singapore, Paris, Milan, Moscow and the US.
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