Co-op agents still need faith in product

Huxley, Lucy
July 2010
Travel Weekly (UK);7/9/2010, Vol. 5 Issue 2026, p3
Trade Publication
An introduction to the periodical is presented in which the editor discusses various issues published within the magazine including Co-operative Travel Group Ltd.'s pressure on its staff to sell its holiday packages and the need to show confidence by tour operators in their holiday packages.


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