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As part of FCM Meetings & Events’ first Ideas Exchange event, industry partners and customers delved into the impact caused by the ‘great pause’ of 2020 - 2021. Guests were treated to a dinner discussion experience like no other.
New travel program for University of Wollongong Following a two-year transformation journey, the University of Wollongong now operates a market-leading travel program that is delivering ongoing efficiencies for the university.
Tabcorp is a leading Australian gambling entertainment business and an ASX100 company. Tabcorp is diversified across three businesses: Wagering and Media, Gaming Services and Keno.
WPP AUNZ gains more control and visibility of travel spend after consolidating with FCM.
In 2019, FCM was appointed to manage the travel and logistics for a new offshore drilling project being undertaken by a global super-player in the oil and gas sector.
Edmund Rice Education Australia has saved $250,000 on airfares as a result of its strong travel partnerships and strategic travel program management.
Flying high with 20% savings on air spend
When JTI's major incumbent TMC handed them such short notice, how were we going to get 72 countries live in time?
With a directive towards programme improvement, FCM collaborated with Toyota to streamline processes, ensure a better traveller experience and deliver “Travel Re-Imagined”, even in the face of a pandemic.
When Pernod Ricard looked to use one corporate travel agency across all its European markets, they turned to FCM. Despite the coronavirus outbreak, the implementation was a success.
When COVID turned the world upside down, the JTI team improvised with their TMC RFP process. Discover how their priorities shifted and what internal challenges were faced.
Staging a major Australian tourism trade show during a global pandemic. More than 370 travellers, 12 pre-event itineraries, one main exhibition and multiple pivots. Find out how FCM Meetings & Events handled rolling lockdowns around Australia. Read more