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If your team, group, troupe or tribe is coming to Austin for a conference, summit or meeting of the minds, a destination management company (DMC) is just what you need. The right DMC means the difference between a trip and an experience. Kennedy DMC Austin, a DMC Network Company, is the longest-succeeding, woman-owned DMC in Austin. 

Natalie Kennedy, our fearless leader, serves as a DMC Network Company Owner within the DMC Network – i.e., the consortium of America’s best independent destination management professionals in which our entire team actively participates. With an average of over 25 years in business, each DMC Network partner is the leader in their field. With services ranging from airport meet and greets to local tours and excursions and dine-around facilitation to corporate social responsibility solutions, you are in the best of hands when you choose to work with a DMC Network Company. Through an alliance with Ovation Global DMC, the DMC Network reach extends internationally. 

Steeped in local expertise and certified many times over in event design, planning and production, our Austin attachés know the city inside and out and can pull together logistics large and small to make your visit seamless, outstanding and unforgettable.

So, let’s just say we know a thing or two about bringing you to town, showing you around, and producing an unforgettable occasion your group won’t stop talking about, ever. We do it well and we do it with a heaping helping of decades-deep Austin, Texas pride.

From the fun, sky-high conceptual stuff like planning themed events,  tour excursions, team building activities and other southwestern adventures to the nuts and bolts of timing, transportation, lodging, event planning, branding, and meals, we’re your dream come true when it comes to arranging your visit and executing a flawless series of events. 

Leaving no stone unturned, we make sure your team’s time in Texas is well-spent and worth every penny, from wheels-up to “Whoa, that was awesome.”