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Thomas Cook India expands retail distribution in MMR with 2 new outlets

Thomas Cook (India) Limited has inaugurated two franchise outlets in Goregaon and Panvel to leverage the high growth market of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). The additional outlets will serve to expand Thomas Cook India’s network to 7 locations in the city.

In a focussed strategy to increase access and convenience, the company’s outlets will benefit a range of customers in and around the 2 hubs, including multi-generational families, couples, Young India’s millennials and GenZ; also GenS (seniors).

Thomas Cook’s Gold Circle Partner outlets at Goregaon and Panvel, offer consumers end-to-end travel solutions and services, including: international & domestic holidays (group tours, personalised holidays, cruises, etc.), value added services like travel insurance, etc.

Rajeev Kale, President & Country Head – Holidays, MICE, Visa, Thomas Cook (India) Limited, said, “The Mumbai Metropolitan Region is a top growth market for us at Thomas Cook India, and we are witnessing a 35% surge in demand from the City. We are hence delighted to announce the opening of our Gold Circle Partner franchise outlets in the key catchments of Goregaon and Panvel. We aim to providing easy access and seamless services to our customers – right at their doorstep!

On behalf of my dedicated team of holiday experts, I extend a warm welcome to our customers from Goregaon and Panvel. We look forward to co-curating truly memorable holidays for each of our customers – for their summer vacations and beyond.”

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