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50 LEADING TMCs


35 MEON VALLEY TRAVEL


SALES: £35m


32 High Street, Petersfield, Hampshire GU32 3JL • 0116 264 5279 meonvalleytravel.com theteam@meonvalleytravel.co.uk Twitter: @MeonBT


UK BUSINESS TRAVEL GROSS SALES 2018 £35m NEW BUSINESS 2018 £7m


KEY PEOPLE James Beagrie Managing director Paul Thompson Sales director Colin Boddy Commercial director Karen Beagrie Operations director


MAIN INDUSTRY SECTORS OF CLIENTS Assistance, apparel , engineering & electrical, FMCG, insurance & finance, lifestyle brands, private equity, recruitment, start-ups, technology.


SERVICES OFFERED IN ADDITION TO BUSINESS TRAVEL Emergency medical assistance & repatriations, executive leisure travel, groups, exhibitions & events, incentive/loyalty programmes, meeting, conference and delegate management, professional sports travel, schools activities.


NUMBER OF TRANSACTIONS IN 2018 90,000


TRANSACTIONS HANDLED ONLINE 38% Air 68% • Hotel 16% • Rail 6% • Car 2% • MICE 5% • Other 3%


LOCATIONS AND NETWORKS Petersfield, Leicester. Advantage Focus Partnership, Advantage Travel Partnership, WIN Travel Network.


UK FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT STAFF 62 AVERAGE LENGTH OF SERVICE 10 years AVERAGE INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE 14 years


GDS AND TECHNOLOGY Travelport, Amadeus. MEONline self-booking tool (Amadeus, Atriis, Conferma, Evolvi, SABS Technology), MEONGo app (TripAssist), MEON Expense (Concur).


BIGGEST INNOVATION IN 2018 Meon pioneered the first launch of IATA’s New Distribution Capabilities (NDC) in partnership with Travelport, revolutionising the personalisation of travel.


TRANSACTIONS HANDLED ONLINE 10% Air 60% • Hotel 20% • Rail 8% • Car 2% • MICE 5% • Other 5%


LOCATIONS AND NETWORKS Kew, London Victoria, Glasgow. Accra. Advantage Travel Partnership, GTMC, WIN Travel Network.


UK FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT STAFF 41 AVERAGE LENGTH OF SERVICE 8 years AVERAGE INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE 15 years


GDS AND TECHNOLOGY Sabre. Rail booking tools (Evolvi), bc Online self booking tool (Atriis), bc Mobile (Atriis), management information reporting (proprietary).


BIGGEST INNOVATION IN 2018 Distributing NDC fares for ten months to clients via bc Online booking tool and agent’s tool.


36 BLUE CUBE TRAVEL


Unit 5, Provenance Wharf, 8 Kew Bridge Road, London TW8 0FJ • 020 8948 8188 bluecubetravel.co.uk sales@bluecubetravel.co.uk Twitter: @bluecube_travel


UK BUSINESS TRAVEL GROSS SALES 2018 £34.6m NEW BUSINESS 2018 £500,000


KEY PEOPLE Rebecca Deadman Commercial director Tracey Wilson Operations director Kevin Trill Director of technology and transformation Mel Phaure Owner Nikki Stewart Head of online Paul King Sales director


MAIN INDUSTRY SECTORS OF CLIENTS Financial services, energy, oil and gas, consultancy & entrepreneur, technology, aviation, pharmaceutical & healthcare, legal, luxury & retail, insurance, sports and entertainment.


SERVICES OFFERED IN ADDITION TO BUSINESS TRAVEL MICE, group travel.


NUMBER OF TRANSACTIONS IN 2018 39,606


SALES: £34.6m


37 NORAD TRAVEL GROUP


Suite 4 Oakfield Barn, Brows Farm Business Park, Liss,GU33 6JG • 01730 894700 noradtravelgroup.com sales@noradtravelgroup.com Twitter: @NoradTM


UK BUSINESS TRAVEL GROSS SALES 2018 £34.5m NEW BUSINESS 2018 £1m


KEY PEOPLE Mick Gibbs Chairman and chief executive Linda Foote Managing director Tara Foy Finance director Anna McGurk Operations director


MAIN INDUSTRY SECTORS OF CLIENTS Oil & gas, petrochemicals, IT services, pharmaceutical, marine & super yachts, manufacturing.


SERVICES OFFERED IN ADDITION TO BUSINESS TRAVEL Meetings & event management, IT consultancy services, marketing services, executive and group travel.


NUMBER OF TRANSACTIONS IN 2018 110,204


TRANSACTIONS HANDLED ONLINE 10% Air 72% • Hotel 16% • Rail 2% • Car 1% • MICE 7% • Other 2%


LOCATIONS AND NETWORKS Hampshire, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Northern Ireland. Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, Norway, Israel, US. Advantage Focus Partnership, Advantage Travel Partnership, GTMC, WIN Travel Network.


UK FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT STAFF 54 AVERAGE LENGTH OF SERVICE 8 years AVERAGE INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE 21 years


GDS AND TECHNOLOGY Sabre. GetThere, Concur, proprietary MI systems, Travelogix, Atriis and Travel Fusion.


BIGGEST INNOVATION IN 2018 Strategic investment in a multi-currency back office system and an IT infrastructure upgrade to enable the operation to upscale.


SALES: £34.5m


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2019


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