Co-op to channel DIY sales through Escape

Dennis, Juliet
May 2008
Travel Weekly (UK);5/9/2008, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports that the Co-operative Travel Group has outlined plans to drive more dynamic packaging sales through in-house operator Escape in a bid to minimise financial protection risks. The group, which already has a target of 35 percent of retail sales to come from in-house products within two to three years, is in talks to contract more accommodation direct from hoteliers and focus on key bed bank partners.


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