< PrevNext > 9. Reed & Mackay (£588.5m) Share Nexus, 25 Farringdon Street, London EC4A 4AF020 7246 3333reedmackay.com[email protected]UK business travel gross sales 2019 £588,500,000New business 2019 £73,500,000Key people Fred Stratford, Group chief executive officer; Joe Hanly, Group Chief financial officer; Matthew Everson, Group chief technology officer; Tracy Baumfield, Executive director; Richard Boardman, Executive board member.Main industry sectors of clients Law, finance, insurance, professional services, media, technology, marine and offshore.Services offered in addition to business travel VIP travel, conference and incentive travel, event management, consultancy.Type of company Privately owned.Transactions handled online 45%Locations and networks London, Aberdeen, Colchester, High Wycombe, Newport, Langley, 11 UK implants, plus overseas locations. Advantage Travel Partnership, The BTA, WIN Travel Network.UK full-time equivalent staff 1,100 Average years of service/experience 14 yrs/18 yrsGDS and technology Sabre, Travelport, Amadeus. Full suite of proprietary technology: R&M/Book online booking tool, R&M/Mobile mobile booking tool and app, R&M/Approve approval tool, R&M/Protect risk management platform, R&M/Insights business intelligence, R&M/Portal travel management platform.Biggest innovations in 2019 Teamed up with Deloitte to create an integrated and automated travel risk assessment solution.TMC description Reed & Mackay “combines the scale of an international player with the agility to treat every client as though they are the only one in our world”. The company, founded as a family business in 1962, has “a passion for service and proprietary technology across the globe”.