No matter how well we are doing online there will always be people who prefer that face to face contact and so we are actively exploring the option of a high street presence.
(PRWEB UK) 12 March 2013
Online holiday company Holidays Please has recently announced a £1m management buy out and is now seeking acquisitions as part of its expansion strategy.
Holidaysplease has confirmed that the acquisitions could include Thomas Cook branches and staff following their recent announcement to shed up to 195 branches and 2500 staff.
Charles Duncombe, director at Holidaysplease explains, "We are in discussions with agencies at the moment and would be happy for Thomas Cook branches to be included within this. We are growing at the moment and are crying out for more good quality staff."
"No matter how well we are doing online there will always be people who prefer that face to face contact and so we are actively exploring the option of a high street presence," said Mr Duncombe.
It is perhaps ironic that online travel agencies, seen as part of the reason for the decline of high street travel agents, may be able to offer a lifeline for some high street branches and their staff.
For further details people should call Richard Dixon or Charles Duncombe on 0845 3 65 65 65
Holidaysplease.co.uk is famous for having been started by two family friends who injected capital of £6,000 and without external funding grew to sales of over £10m a year.
It has previously won UK online travel agency of the year and is currently ranked no.1 on Trust Pilot for customer service from over 200 travel agencies tested.