It follows news that Civitatis anticipates reaching 10 million travellers in 2023
Civitatis unveils huge growth in portfolio and supplier partnerships
Technology platform for Spanish-speaking tours and activities Civitatis has announced a substantial growth in the number of products and supplier partnerships, projecting a significant increase in activities and partners by the close of 2023.
Comparing data from 2019, the firm has experienced "exceptional" growth of 200% in its product portfolio, rising from 29,000 to 87,000 activities available.
Its supplier partnership network has undergone a "remarkable transformation", as it rose from 3,500 providers in 2021 to sit at over 6,000 to date, marking an impressive 71% increase.
This expansion has been driven by the internationalisation strategy of Civitatis, particularly targeting Spanish-speaking markets like Latin America, enabling access to superior suppliers, and amplifying the diversity of offerings available to customers.
The growth in product offerings and partnerships is also backed by the commitment of Civitatis to meeting evolving market demands and amplifying their global footprint, together with significant staff growth and increased investments in marketing efforts.
Alberto Gutiérrez, founder and CEO of Civitatis, said:"The exponential growth in our product range and supplier partnership network is a testament to the dedication and hard work of the entire Civitatis team – but I’d also like to thank all those new supplier partners who have placed their trust in our global distribution capabilities.
"Our strategic focus on expanding our portfolio, particularly in LATAM, and forging strong alliances has positioned us one of the top handful of tours & activities online sellers in the world."
He added: "We remain committed to furthering our international presence and enriching the travel experiences of our customers."
This announcement follows recent news of remarkable growth in traveller numbers for Civitatis, in which the company's forecast predicts it will reach roughly 10 million travellers for 2023 by the close of the year, based on current year-to-date sales of almost 9 million.