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50 LEADING TMCs


26 QCTM


141 Moorgate, London EC2M 6TX 020 7242 4555 quintessentiallyctm.com info@quintessentiallyctm.com


UK BUSINESS TRAVEL GROSS SALES 2018 £52m NEW BUSINESS 2018 £2m


KEY PEOPLE Ian Neale Global chief executive (travel) Edward Leigh Managing director Suzie Harris Operations director Chris Trowbridge Operations and technical support manager Anna-Marie Binns operations manager


MAIN INDUSTRY SECTORS OF CLIENTS Financial, private equity, hedge funds, insurance, property, legal, media, advertising, lifestyle, oil & gas mining, high net worth individuals, family private offices and leisure.


SERVICES OFFERED IN ADDITION TO BUSINESS TRAVEL Events, incentives, executive leisure and concierge.


NUMBER OF TRANSACTIONS IN 2018 85,000


TRANSACTIONS HANDLED ONLINE 10% Air 60% • Hotel 25% • Rail 5% • Car 3% • MICE 2% • Other 5%


LOCATIONS AND NETWORKS City of London, New York. Advantage Focus Partnership, Advantage Travel Partnership, WIN Travel Network.


UK FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT STAFF 90 AVERAGE LENGTH OF SERVICE 7 years AVERAGE INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE 15 years


GDS AND TECHNOLOGY Travelport (Smartpoint), Apollo & Amadeus. Atriis, Travelogix, Agentivity, Focus Dashboard, Trip Assist and Salesforce.


BIGGEST INNOVATION IN 2018 Successful rebrand from CJL to QCTM. Launched new online tool with NDC capabilities and introduced new reporting software providing high-level travel management data, reports and analysis.


SALES: £52m


27 ACCESS BOOKINGS


20 St John Street, Lichfield, Staffordshire WS13 6PB • 01543 272575 accessbookings.com contactus@accessbookings.com Twitter: @accessbookings


UK BUSINESS TRAVEL GROSS SALES 2018 £48.5m NEW BUSINESS 2018 £6m


KEY PEOPLE Patricia Barnes Director Ian Brett Director Lee Gunn Operations director Melissa Mills Management development Daniel Gunn IT director


MAIN INDUSTRY SECTORS OF CLIENTS TV, film and media.


SERVICES OFFERED IN ADDITION TO BUSINESS TRAVEL Meetings and events, filming locations, venue- finding, serviced accommodation, non-serviced accommodation.


LOCATIONS AND NETWORKS Lichfield, Birmingham, Iver Heath, Cardiff, Glasgow, Belfast. Los Angeles, Dublin, Portugal, France, Spain, Mexico, Netherlands.


UK FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT STAFF 174


GDS AND TECHNOLOGY Sabre. Online booking tools, mobile optimised functions, management Information (propietary).


SALES: £48.5m


28 IAN ALLAN TRAVEL


Terminal House, Station Road, Shepperton, Middlesex TW17 8AS • 01932 255670 ianallantravel.com simon.dugan@ianallan.co.uk Twitter: @IanAllanTravel


UK BUSINESS TRAVEL GROSS SALES 2018 £46.9m NEW BUSINESS 2018 £9.8m


KEY PEOPLE Paul Allan Chairman Pat O’Neill Managing director Simon Dugan Director of sales & account management Mary-Anne Swart Operations director Pamela Forbes Finance director


SERVICES OFFERED IN ADDITION TO BUSINESS TRAVEL Team-building days, hospitality, product launches, conferences, meetings, away days, rewards and competitions.


NUMBER OF TRANSACTIONS IN 2018 178,174 TRANSACTIONS HANDLED ONLINE 41%


Air 30% • Hotel 20% • Rail 39% • Car 1% • MICE 9% • Other 1%


LOCATIONS AND NETWORKS Shepperton and Bristol. Advantage Travel Partnership, GTMC, ITP.


UK FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT STAFF 81 AVERAGE LENGTH OF SERVICE 7.25 years AVERAGE INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE 16 years


GDS AND TECHNOLOGY Amadeus. Travelspend MI, OpenBook, Travelogix, self-booking tools (Traveldoo, Amadeus cytric, Concur, Evolvi, Trainline, Expedia, CIBT, Conferma), expense management (Traveldoo, Amadeus cytric), web portals (Wordpress), traveller tracking (Amadeus Mobile Messenger).


SALES: £46.9m


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