Digiphoto Entertainment Imaging (DEI), a recent addition to Thomas Cook India’s Group portfolio has augmented its presence in the international market by venturing into The Bahamas. The imaging solutions and services provider has partnered exclusively with the colossal Atlantis Paradise Island to enrich travel experiences for both leisure and corporate travellers.
This strategic agreement marks DEI’s maiden entry into the Caribbean Islands which caters to the high-end tourist segment, offering a range of innovative photography services across the ocean-themed resort. With this deal, DEI widens its portfolio to 16 countries and 135 partnerships globally. This partnership further extends DEI’s long standing relationship with Atlantis that started with Atlantis, The Palm Dubai in 2012.
The Atlantis Paradise Island features the world’s largest open-air marine habitat, a 141-acre water park, 11 incredible pools, five miles of magnificent beaches, a Tom Weiskopf-designed 18-hole, oceanfront golf course, and the Atlantis Casino. With customer satisfaction forming the core of DEI operations, visitors would benefit from the expertise of photographers who are also trained in animal interactions.
Mahesh Iyer, executive director and CEO of Thomas Cook India said: “In February this year, Thomas Cook India had announced the acquisition of a 51% stake in DEI, an exciting opportunity, complementary to our travel-related services portfolio. We see DEI contributing significantly to our growth plans in the years to come.”