Gray Dawes re-establishes London presence with buyout

Gray Dawes re-establishes London presence with buyout

Travel management company The Business Travel Partnership has been taken over by Gray Dawes Travel for an undisclosed sum.

The deal sees Colchester-based Gray Dawes re-establish a presence in London.

Gray Dawes, which was founded 88 years ago, is owned by Inchcape Family Estates.

Chief executive Suzanne Horner said: “This move is part of the company’s core goal to re-establish Gray Dawes as a key player in the UK corporate travel arena.

“I am delighted to have The Business Travel Partnership team and their customers join Gray Dawes as we continue along our path to deliver outstanding service supported through innovative technology solutions.”

The Business Travel Partnership, based in Richmond, has more than 250 corporate and individual business rave clients.

Managing director Joel Rouet said: This agreement brings together BTP’s service reputation with Gray Dawes’ proven approach to optimising world-class technology to deliver a compelling customer experience both offline and online.”


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