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On the Beach - New highs for shares as first four month sales jump +20%

March 2017

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  • Epic Code:
  • OTB
  • Price:
  • 320p
Also curling up their toes in ecstacy were shareholders in OTB, which said that the first four months to end January saw sales up 20%+, benefiting from a continuation of lower cost paid search marketing (in Google cost per click) thanks to its proprietary bid management software. A second nationwide television advertising campaign started on Christmas Day.Even better, the second half is going to look correspondingly good because last year had seen aggressive discounting by Low Cost Holidays as it headed into bankruptcy. With that rival now gone, H2 is set for lift off. Meanwhile, OTB is launching a second international site in Norway imminently.Numis has upgraded eps to 17.3p for the year to end September followed by 22.2p an ...

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