The Copenhagen-based PR and marketing agency Atlantic Link is expanding once again. Two new employees, Nicolas Bonvalet and Ulrik Sell, have been brought in to support the PR and sales departments, not least in relation to the agency’s newest client, the national tourism organization of Peru.
Managing Director and CEO, Karin Gert Nielsen, is pleased to announce that the company now counts eleven employees.
“We are celebrating Atlantic Link’s 12th year by expanding with exotic clients and specialized staff”, says Karin Gert Nielsen.
Nicolas Bonvalet joined the company on 1 April and is the company’s new art director assistant. With seven years of international experience in concept development and design, Nicolas will contribute to Atlantic Link’s visual communication, web development, image galleries, as well as layout and design tasks for the company’s nineteen clients.
Ulrik Sell, who started as a sales supporter on 1 May, has previously worked for Visit Denmark, Visit Sweden and most recently the Argentinian Embassy in Denmark. He speaks Spanish fluently and has traveled extensively in South American countries, among them Peru, which was added to Atlantic Links client portfolio in March.
For further information, please contact:
Karin Gert Nielsen
Vesterbrogade 26, 3rd fl.
DK-1620 Copenhagen V
Mobile: +45 2942 1005
About Atlantic Link
Atlantic Link is the leading tourism management & PR company in Scandinavia and Finland. The Atlantic Link team consists of nine highly skilled professionals, whose expertise ranges over tourism marketing, public relations, strategy, sales and business development. Atlantic Link operates on all levels of tourism, within MICE, leisure, groups and corporate segments, representing cities, states and countries as well as high end hotels, cruise lines and other tourism related products.
Atlantic Link has received numerous awards and recognitions making it the most award winning company in its field; recently it received the prestigious Danish Travel Award for ‘ World’s Best Tourism Office’ (U.S. Virgin Islands ) and, for the second year running, ‘World’s Best Tourist Destination’ (USA).
Read more at www.atlanticlink.net