< PrevNext > 10. Clarity (£450m) Share 56 Oxford Street, Manchester M1 6EU0800 731 1627claritybusinesstravel.com[email protected]UK business travel gross sales 2019 £450,000,000New business 2019 £44,000,000Key people Pat McDonagh, Chief executive officer; Paul Casement, Director of account management and brighter events; Sue Chapman, Commercial Director; Steve Riley, Operations Director; Matt Oates, Group IT Director.Main industry sectors of clients Sports, manufacturing, academic, charity, legal, government, entertainment, technology, construction.Services offered in addition to business travel Conference and incentive travel, meetings management, venue finding, consultancy, team sports, VIP services, B2C sports travel.Type of company Privately owned.Number of transactions in 2019 2,400,000 Transactions handled online 76%(Air 18% • Hotel 32% • Rail 39%• Car 1% MICE 9% • Other 1%)Locations and networks Stoke, Stafford, Manchester, London, Mobberley, Leeds, Shepperton, Bristol, Sta ord, East Kilbride, Bury St Edmonds, Edinburgh, Southampton, Warrington. The Netherlands, Ireland. The BTA, Radius Travel.UK full-time equivalent staff 650Average years of service/experience 9 yrs/25 yrsGDS and technology Travelport, Sabre and Amadeus. Go2Book online booking tool, Go2Insight MI and reporting tool, Go2Track (global tracking software and risk tool) and Go2Mobile mobile itinerary app.Biggest innovations in 2019 The launch of its booking tool, Go2Book, designed to work across desktop, tablet and mobile. TMC description Clarity prides itself on “doing business travel differently”. The TMC says it is “backed by the brightest people in business travel”.