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Travelzest to open UK call centre

Posted on Jun 28 2010
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Travelzest has unveiled plans to open an online store and call centre in the UK. 

It is also launching new marketing and distribution strategies to complete the "restructuring and integration" of its UK and North American operations. 

The group reported revenue up 9% to £18.9 million in the six months, with profit before tax up 142% to £1.4 million. 

It said trading in the UK operations continue to improve. 

“As of 30 April 2010, merchant operations bookings for summer 2010 departures were up 14% year on year with Best of Morocco, Tapestry Collection, and Faraway Holidays providing the majority of growth,” said the interim report. 


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