Holidaysplease has hailed its homeworkers’ "front-foot mindset" after recording December sales within 25% of those achieved a year earlier, despite the pandemic.
Director Richard Dixon on Monday (4 January) revealed December bookings exceeded those taken in both August and September before the second wave of Covid-19 infections in the UK.
Additionally, Dixon said sales in each of the last six months of the year came in at around 70% of those achieved a year ago, a period in which Holidaysplease recorded six record sales months.
Meanwhile, two members of the team achieved in excess of £100,000 in sales during December, which Dixon hailed as a "fantastic effort".
"I guess it shouldn’t come as a surprise in this strangest of strange years for December not to be our worst sales month of the year, but it is still a weird one to get your head around,” said Dixon.