Orlando, Florida – October 9, 2013 – (INTUITION by Perspective Group) -DAE, a world leader in vacation exchange for the timeshare and fractional ownership industry, has officially announced it is open for business in Cairo.

The company’s recently appointed Business Development Manager for Egypt, Ahmed Adel Saleh, has confirmed DAE has opened a regional office in Cairo to serve timeshare members in Egypt, North East Africa and surrounding areas.   The new customer service centre is located at 2 Alshahid Ismail Fahmy St, Almaza, Heliopolis.

“The growth of DAE over the past 17 years has been phenomenal”, said Francis Taylor, CEO and co-founder of DAE. “From a single office in Australia, to global offices across Asia, South Africa, Europe and the Americas, DAE has matured into a significant international player in the vacation ownership and exchange industry”.

“Egypt and North East Africa and the Middle East are incredibly important growth markets for the vacation and leisure industries,” said Mr Adel. “At DAE, we are committed to expanding our services to provide a strong exchange alternative for the many timeshare members in this region, and for our global members who wish to travel to this incredible part of the world.”

“In the short time Ahmed has been part of the DAE team, he has led the charge and made fantastic inroads in the Egyptian market, which is the reason opening a new customer service centre has been made possible,” said Mr Taylor.

“He has done a great job securing new business opportunities in Egypt and surrounding regions considering the difficult circumstances of unrest in the Middle East and North East Africa in recent years.

“Opening our brand new office in Cairo ensures we can provide a quality exchange alternative for the existing and growing vacation ownership industry in this important geographic region of the world,” said Mr Taylor.

“We wish to congratulate Ahmed on this fantastic achievement, and extend a warm invitation to new and existing timeshare owners and partners in Egypt to experience the DAE difference”.