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50 LEADING TMCs


14 TAG


The Linen House, 253 Kilburn Lane, London W10 4BQ • 020 8960 1600 tag-group.com enquiries@tag-group.com Twitter: @TAGGrp


UK BUSINESS TRAVEL GROSS SALES 2018 £201.1m NEW BUSINESS 2018 £25.14m


KEY PEOPLE Steve Barrass Chief executive John Gianquitto President and founder Jodie Edwards-Locke UK managing director Jennifer Pratt Chief people officer Stuart Mackay Chief technology officer


MAIN INDUSTRY SECTORS OF CLIENTS Finance and investment, insurance, law, retail, technology, manufacturing, music, film and media.


SERVICES OFFERED IN ADDITION TO BUSINESS TRAVEL MICE, private travel / leisure, group, transportation.


NUMBER OF TRANSACTIONS IN 2018 409,862


TRANSACTIONS HANDLED ONLINE 5% Air 47% • Hotel 38% • Rail 1% • Car 2% • MICE 5% • Other 7%


LOCATIONS AND NETWORKS London head office, Manchester, Leeds, New York, Los Angeles, Nashville, Atlanta, Singapore, Sydney, Melbourne. Advantage Travel Partnership, GTMC, WIN Travel Network.


UK FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT STAFF 307 AVERAGE LENGTH OF SERVICE 7 years AVERAGE INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE 12 years


GDS AND TECHNOLOGY Galileo, Apollo. Concur & Locomote online self-booking tools. TAG Tech: TAGMobile music touring and film and media App, TAGlogistics, TAGanalytics, TAGrobotics, TAGmyWaitlist, TAGmySeat, TAGdesktop, TAGgreenlight, TAGsafeguard, TAGflight-iQ (Mantic Point). Tramada.


BIGGEST INNOVATION IN 2018 TAGgo is an in-house app for desktop and iPad, developed for music, media and entertainment clients. In 2018, a new version for mobile phones was rolled out.


SALES: £201.1m


TRAVEL AND TRANSPORT STATESMAN SALES: £176.2m


15


85 Queen Victoria Street, London EC4V 4AB • 020 3667 1054 tandtstatesman.com sales@tandtstatesman.com Twitter: @tandtstatesman


UK BUSINESS TRAVEL GROSS SALES 2018 £176.2m NEW BUSINESS 2018 £21.6m


KEY PEOPLE Mervyn Williamson Managing director Sarah Bark Operations director Kyriacos Paschalis IT director David Thomas Sales director Juliet Reffold Head of account management


MAIN INDUSTRY SECTORS OF CLIENTS Finance, legal, professional services, technology, advertising, media.


SERVICES OFFERED IN ADDITION TO BUSINESS TRAVEL MICE, group travel & venue finding, specialist airfares.


TRANSACTIONS HANDLED ONLINE 52.2% Air 71.7% • Hotel 13.5% • Rail 12.3% • Car 0.2% • MICE 2.3%


LOCATIONS AND NETWORKS London, Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool. US, France, Germany, Switzerland and India Advantage Travel Partnership, GTMC, Radius Travel.


UK FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT STAFF 155 AVERAGE LENGTH OF SERVICE 13.5 years AVERAGE INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE 15 years


GDS AND TECHNOLOGY Travelport, Sabre, Amadeus. Dash portal, mobile app and reporting platform (proprietary). Concur (preferred partner), GetThere, Conferma, Evolvi and Trainline self-booking tools.


BIGGEST INNOVATION IN 2018 Contextual and event-driven push messaging and SMS alerts for travellers, duty-of-care warnings, programme changes and promote preferred corporate suppliers, driving adoption and improving traveller satisfaction and awareness.


16 GRAY DAWES GROUP


The Octagon, Middleborough, Colchester CO1 1RA • 08448 553700 gdg.travel sales@gdg.travel Twitter: @GrayDawesGroup


UK BUSINESS TRAVEL GROSS SALES 2018 £175m NEW BUSINESS 2018 £23m


KEY PEOPLE Suzanne Horner Chief executive David Bishop Commercial director Steve Fisher Chief technology officer Allison Knight Head of customer service Gavin Sanderson Head of client development


MAIN INDUSTRY SECTORS OF CLIENTS Fashion, finance, technology, manufacturing, professional sport.


SERVICES OFFERED IN ADDITION TO BUSINESS TRAVEL Event management, incentive travel, venue finding and meetings management, luxury leisure and professional sports team travel.


NUMBER OF TRANSACTIONS IN 2018 475,000


TRANSACTIONS HANDLED ONLINE 55% Air 61% • Hotel 20% • Rail 7% • Car 1% • MICE 7% Other 4%


LOCATIONS AND NETWORKS London, Manchester, Colchester, Cambridge, Amersham, Leamington Spa and Stoneleigh. 72 markets across six continents. Advantage Travel Partnership, GTMC, Radius Travel.


UK FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT STAFF 223 AVERAGE LENGTH OF SERVICE 13 years AVERAGE INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE 18 years


GDS AND TECHNOLOGY Travelport, Sabre. Online booking tools: YourTrip (Atriis), Atlas (proprietary). YourData (PowerBI) management information, YourProfile (proprietary) profiles. YourHub (proprietary) information hub.


BIGGEST INNOVATION IN 2018 Launch of a new online booking tool, YourTrip, which delivers a simple to use booking interface powered by the widest possible content. It enables complete fluidity between reservations made on or offline.


SALES: £175m


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