save an average of 22% and achieve greater duty of care on your business travel programme
We are with you every step of the journey…
Collating and consolidating data to calculate baseline
Assess against up to 28 KPIs to produce gap analysis
Implement realistic changes to your programme, saving on average 22%
Continuous improvement through reporting
Aman heads up Gray Dawes Consulting – an impartial team of experienced travel data experts. We combine over 90 years of experience, market-leading tools and insightful analytics to drive corporate travel booking efficiencies, cost savings and traveller satisfaction.
We are the first travel management consultancy to offer a unique service specialising in the SME / Mid Market space.
Optimise your travel programme for a return to business travel. Book your FREE 45 minute review with our Consulting Manager.
WHY WE ARE DIFFERENT
Our approach is to fully understand a client’s organisation, its culture, employees and business objectives to help us make informed, realistic, achievable and measurable recommendations about enhancing your travel programme.
On average, we deliver up to 22% in savings by looking at 28 individual KPIs surrounding costs. So, if driving value is your goal then our holistic approach is designed to assess and measure efficiencies at every step of the booking process.
We cover every eventuality to ensure your travel programme operates more efficiently through change.
DUTY OF CARE
It’s important to show employees that they are supported by their company when travelling on its behalf. Travellers, whether international or national, can be faced with unfamiliar situations and environments that have different risk profiles.
We’ll help you comply with your legal and ethical obligations to ISO 31030 level.
FREE QUARTERLY REPORTS & RESEARCH PAPERS
Insight and analysis from the best in the business…
Travel Trends in the Corporate Sector: what businesses now need to know and do
Analysing the Travel Trends and real-world data of Gray Dawes clients, this report is timed to facilitate the discussions travel managers are, or should be, having in planning how best facilitate the company’s wider objectives with their travel programme.
Zooming Into The Post-Covid Era: Analysing the false economy of digital conferencing
In this unmissable Research Paper, Gray Dawes Consulting Manager – Aman Pourkarimi – reveals how travel managers have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to positively impact their entire company beyond just covid savings.
We review the unprecedented year that was 2020 and look ahead at what to expect in 2021
An insightful report into the status of business travel, with data trends and commercial analysis to help inform policy and behaviour. The report measures the health of travel via the confidence of four segments: governments, suppliers, businesses and travellers.
A look into the impact of COVID-19 on global aviation and international hotel capacity
Focussing on the Air and Hotel markets, this insightful free publication examines the current status of business travel in the UK, using data trends and commercial analysis to help inform corporate policy and business travel behaviour.
TOP TRAVEL STORIES YOU NEED TO KNOW
ZOOMING INTO THE POST-COVID ERA
DIGITAL HEALTH PASSPORTS
COVID-19 ONBOARD FLIGHT CHANGES
dO I NEED more time at the airport?
WHAT SHOULD I TAKE ON MY FLIGHT?
What IS OPEN at Heathrow AIRPORT?
TOP TIPS FOR BUSINESS TRAVELLERS
TRAVEL CONFIDENCE DURING A PANDEMIC
2020 REVIEW & 2021 OUTLOOK
This insightful video provides analysis on the past, present and future of business travel.
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