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50 LEADING TMCs


41 WEXAS


Dorset House, 27-45 Stamford Street, London SE1 9NT • 020 7253 2530 wexastravelmanagement.co.uk commercial@wexas.com Twitter: @wexastravelmgt


UK BUSINESS TRAVEL GROSS SALES 2018 £29.8m NEW BUSINESS 2018 £2.7m


KEY PEOPLE Katherine Gershon Managing director Fiona Garner Head of sales & business development Paul Reed Head of operations David Warne Commercial director David Hill Finance director


MAIN INDUSTRY SECTORS OF CLIENTS Technology & software, finance, law, high-end retail and luxury brands.


SERVICES OFFERED IN ADDITION TO BUSINESS TRAVEL Tailor-made holidays & cruises, meetings & events.


NUMBER OF TRANSACTIONS IN 2018 55,465


TRANSACTIONS HANDLED ONLINE 18% Air 68% • Hotel 17% • Rail 14% • Car 1% • MICE 0% • Other 0%


LOCATIONS AND NETWORKS London and Bournemouth. Founding member of International Travel Management Alliance with independent TMC partners in Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and US. Advantage Travel Partnership, GTMC.


UK FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT STAFF 51 AVERAGE LENGTH OF SERVICE 11 years AVERAGE INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE 24 years


GDS AND TECHNOLOGY Amadeus. WTM Online booking tool (Atriis), WTM Pro reservation platform (Atriis), WTM Tracker traveller tracking (Amadeus mobile messenger), WTM Access mobile app (Amadeus m-Power), WTM Insight MI tool (Travelogix).


BIGGEST INNOVATION IN 2018 Full implementation and high adoption rates of NDC fares both through the online booking tool and offline via the consultant reservation platform.


SALES: £29.8m


GLOBAL TRAVEL MANAGEMENT SALES: £24.9m


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Kingsway House, 123-125 Goldsworth Road, Woking GU21 6LR • 01483 227369 gtm.uk.com pb@gtm.uk.com Twitter: @GlobalTravelMgt


UK BUSINESS TRAVEL GROSS SALES 2018 £24.9m NEW BUSINESS 2018 £1.3m


KEY PEOPLE Scott Pawley Managing director Paul Baker Sales director Kelly Packington Operations director Natalie Pawley Director


MAIN INDUSTRY SECTORS OF CLIENTS Oil & gas, FMCG, retail and talent management.


SERVICES OFFERED IN ADDITION TO BUSINESS TRAVEL Free travel audit, meetings and events, group travel, VIP services for C-level execs, visa, passport and immigration services, private jet hire.


NUMBER OF TRANSACTIONS IN 2018 40,362


TRANSACTIONS HANDLED ONLINE 15% Air 70.1% • Hotel 17.2% • Rail 6.0% • Car 3.5% • MICE 1.2% • Other 2.0%


LOCATIONS AND NETWORKS Woking, Watford. Advantage Focus Partnership, Advantage Travel Partnership, WIN Travel Network.


UK FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT STAFF 42 AVERAGE LENGTH OF SERVICE 9 years AVERAGE INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE 13 years


GDS AND TECHNOLOGY Galileo (Travelport). GTM Online online booking tool, Dave by GTM bespoke mobile itinerary management app, GTM Reporting, Agentivity, Navitas Solutions and Concur fulfilment partner.


BIGGEST INNOVATION IN 2018 Every year, GTM passes on knowledge to students at a local university and have some of them gain work experience. The company says, “It’s important to us that we share on the best practices in the industry to the next generation of leaders. Innovation is about making the present better.”


GOOD TRAVEL MANAGEMENT SALES: £22.2m


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Matthew Good House, Bridgehead Business Park, Hessle HU13 0DH • 0330 004 0520 good-travel.co.uk sales@good-travel.co.uk Twitter: @GoodTravelUK


UK BUSINESS TRAVEL GROSS SALES 2018 £22.2m NEW BUSINESS 2018 £5.3m


KEY PEOPLE Kevin Harrison Managing director Julie Ornsby Operations director David North Development director Wayne Durkin Head of sales, account management & marketing Julie Greensides Head of finance


MAIN INDUSTRY SECTORS OF CLIENTS Construction, professional services, manufacturing, marine, energy and renewables, shipping & logistics, public sector, medical, pharmaceutical, education, industrial, technology.


SERVICES OFFERED IN ADDITION TO BUSINESS TRAVEL Marine & energy travel, exhibition & trade mission travel (including freight services), meeting & events, travel consultancy, expense management.


NUMBER OF TRANSACTIONS IN 2018 58,000


TRANSACTIONS HANDLED ONLINE 30% Air 64% • Hotel 24% • Rail 6% • Car 2% • MICE 2% • Other 2%


LOCATIONS AND NETWORKS Hull, Stockport, Hagley, London. GTMC, Uniglobe.


UK FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT STAFF 46 AVERAGE LENGTH OF SERVICE 11 years AVERAGE INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE 17 years


GDS AND TECHNOLOGY Amadeus, Galileo. GT Online (SABS Corporate, Evolvi, Conferma), GT Safeguard (Travelogix), GT Analytix (Travelogix), GT Expense (Fyle, Concur), GT Tripcheck (TripIt), GT Travel Account (Diners Club).


BIGGEST INNOVATION IN 2018 Development of a specialist exhibitions and trade missions product, and the signing of a partnership with Fyle to distribute their expense management solution to the UK market.


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