12 March 2009: Thomas Cook notes to press comment

Thomas Cook Group plc (“Thomas Cook”) notes the recent press comment and share price movement Thomas Cook notes that the performance of the Group overall continues to be in line with the performance outlined at the time of releasing its Interim Management Statement on 12 February 2009. Whilst the market continues to be challenging, the Board remains …

14 March 2013: Strategy presentation, Transforming Thomas Cook

Thomas Cook has a solid foundation and is a fundamentally a sound business… Revenues of £9.5 billion. Number 1 or 2 in our core markets. Robust gross margin in our core business. History of innovation. ..with a strong customer base… 23 million customers last year. Loved and trusted brand. Industry leading concepts to which our customers are loyal. …

13 March 2013: Highlights of the new profitable, growth strategy

The new Thomas Cook Group plc profitable growth strategy is focused on simplification, web innovation, flexible new products and services, and enabled by rigorous execution and an integrated IT platform. It builds on a trusted brand with 171 year heritage. The new strategy aspires to delight customers by delivering personalised holiday experiences through …

13 March 2013: An evidence-based growth strategy

Thomas Cook’s new strategy is to drive profitable growth by delighting customers withtrusted, personal holiday experiences delivered through a high tech, high touch approach. To do this it has identified four strategic initiatives based on facts generated from a thorough review of the industry and Thomas Cook’s performance within it, including …

Understanding our markets and business: December 2012

Understanding our markets and business Despite the uncertain economic environment, the long-term outlook for the international tourism industry remains attractive and the Thomas Cook Group is well positioned for future growth. Industry overview In general, the growth of global international tourism outpaces the growth of economic output. According to …

Changes in the Market Environment: December 2012

Key trends In recent years, a number of key trends in leisure travel, namely increasing online distribution and the rise of low-cost carriers, have facilitated a shift towards more flexible consumer-led travel choices. As a result, there has been a decline in pre-packaged holidays with a corresponding rise in dynamically packaged products and independent …