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
START YOUR JOURNEY
TO BETTER TRAVEL
TAKE THE FINAL STEP TO BETTER TRAVEL
Gray Dawes Group Consulting is an impartial, in-house team of experienced travel data experts who combine 90 years’ experience, market-leading tools and analytics to drive corporate travel booking efficiencies, cost savings and traveller satisfaction.
We are the first travel management company to offer a unique service which specialises in the SME / Mid Market space.
WHY WE ARE DIFFERENT
Our approach is to fully understand a client’s business, its culture, employees and business objectives to help us make informed, realistic, achievable and measurable recommendations about enhancing your travel programme.
We deliver up to 22% in savings by looking at 28 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 make sure we have every eventuality covered to ensure your travel programme operates more efficiently through change.
FREE QUARTERLY REPORTS
& RESEARCH PAPERS
Insight and analysis from the best in the business…
Zooming Into The Post-Covid Era: a research paper 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. This report measures the health of corporate travel via the confidence of four segments: governments, suppliers, businesses and travellers.
The impact of COVID-19 on global aviation and international hotel capacity has been nothing short of catastrophic.
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.
The four ingredients for business travel confidence during the Covid-19 pandemic.
What’s different on-board a flight following the Covid-19 outbreak?
Should you allow more time at the airport?
What should I take with me on a flight?
What facilities are available at Heathrow airport?
Our top tips and recommendations for business travellers.
2020 REVIEW & 2021 OUTLOOK
This insightful video provides analysis on the past, present and future of business travel.
As the world recovers from the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, global businesses are gradually resuming their operations and eagerly seeking new opportunities. Amidst this paradigm shift, China has emerged as an indispensable business travel destination.
We all know what a carbon footprint is. What is less well known is the concept of a carbon handprint; the positive impact we can make on the environment through our actions. Understanding the difference between a carbon handprint and a carbon footprint is crucial for businesses, especially those in the travel industry, to take effective steps towards sustainable and responsible practices.
We examine the findings of an important new report from CBI Economics, commissioned by the BTA, which seeks to understand the benefits of business travel and in-person meetings in a world forever changed by the outbreak of the Covid pandemic.
At the heart of everything we do are our people. We don’t just mean just our employees, but our clients and suppliers too.
At Gray Dawes Travel we strive to create an environment which recognises and nurtures a healthy work/life balance – for our staff and clients alike.
By providing our customers with better travel management, they’re able to achieve what they need to by working flexibly, whether in the office, at home or around the globe.