This eBook, developed by FCM, discusses how the agile methodology can be applied to the corporate travel management space.
There’s no doubt about it, pent-up demand is driving the travel industry’s recovery. And not just leisure travel; according to the Mastercard Economics Institute’s third annual travel report, global business flight bookings exceeded 2019 levels at the end of March 2022, marking a key, post-pandemic milestone for the business travel sector.
After a pause of business travel, FCM and GBTA felt it was time to assess the state of technology used in travel programmes to see how, if at all, needs have changed. In a joint piece of research, we surveyed travel managers across North America, Europe and Asia Pacific to explore how technology has changed the travel manager’s role and the travel programme-to-TMC relationship.
Travel is back with earnest. With COVID travel restrictions rapidly disappearing around the world, it wasn’t long until travellers returned in their droves to airports and hotels. However, with inflation at a high, some borders opening later than others and employment constraints across the travel industry, the recovery hasn’t been without its challenges.
FCM’s green journey puts people, information, innovation and responsible travel at the heart of any travel programme. It is both a reflection of transformative times and an exciting response to the need for a new way of thinking
FCM Consulting delves into the ESG movement and offers expert advice to optimise travel supply chains, booking tools and travel supplier RFPs.
Travel trends in the EMEA region for Q4 2021, covering accommodation and airline trends and data
With safety and security of employees high on the agenda for many travel programmes, we’ve created this Travel Risk Review 2021 - 2022 to summarise the risks in 2021 and what security risk levels look like for 2022.
There's been a shift. A shift in how we work, a shift in our priorities, and a shift in our mindsets. But what's shifted in business travel? After months of being grounded and spending more time at home, companies are reevaluating in-person meetings and thinking twice before approving a trip. The question becomes - how will companies start to prioritise what happens face-to-face vs. virtually? It starts by defining meaningful travel.
With sustainability remaining a headline concern, we explore moving beyond carbon offsetting in business travel.
Download our guide to learn more about the developments within the NDC space and its impact on your travel programme.
Safety and Risk playbook for travel managers.Make a complex landscape simple again.