Founded in 1999 with offices in Panama and Costa Rica, Namu Travel Group has established itself as a leading travel in Central America. Positioning itself as a leader in the travel industry, Namu specializes in creating tailor-made programs and itineraries, with unique and enriching experiences for its clients, which mainly come from the United States and Europe, thus fostering a distinctive link with the region. The group has established close relationships with over a hundred providers, the majority of which are small boutique hotels, tour operators, and tourist carriers, many SMEs.
According to the Bank’s website, the transaction consists of the provision of a working capital loan for an amount of up to US$5 million, with the objective of directing funds towards these suppliers, through a program of advance purchases of hotel nights, tourism services, or transportation improving effectively the operating capital and cash availability of these service providers.
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CONTACT NAME: Rob Harper
POSITION: Director Ejecutivo
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