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We may not have an economic crystal ball, but we do have the next best thing – HSCB‘s Chief Economist, Paul Bloxham sharing his insights at Illuminate 2022.
Four new not-for-profits will benefit from the Flight Centre Foundation’s work to make a positive difference to our people, purpose and planet.
When you educate girls, entire communities feel the benefits. That why FCM Meetings & Events is so passionate about once again supporting UNICEF’s International Day of the Girl (IDOTG) in 2022. Imagine the impact if the over 130 million girls currently being denied an education, were able to access this right.
World-renowned wildlife filmmaker, environmentalist, adventurer and right-hand man to Sir David Attenborough, Dr Chadden Hunter to speak at Illuminate 2022.
Registration is now open for the corporate travel and thought leadership event of the year Illuminate 2022!
Travel managers across the world have shared their views on travel technology with GBTA and FCM. Among all the data that’s come from the research, it’s clear that travel technology has evolved and its role in travel programmes has changed.
Illuminate is back. What can you expect from this year’s event? Illuminate 2022 will showcase the travel industry’s collective determination to rebuild. Bigger. Better. Stronger.
The strategic direction for corporate travel programs is shifting. Read our latest industry deep dive for expert commentary on the key trends impacting travel buyers right now
You might want to read what one of our business leaders who’s out in the field talking with suppliers and customers everyday has to say!
Covid-19 has changed the way people think about business travel. Read why.
To celebrate 40 years of business and travel, our parent company commissioned indigenous artist Judi Sutton to depict our journey and proud connection to Australia. Full of traditional symbolism and meaning, the nine-panel artwork is travelling around the world.
Importance of welcome to country and acknowledging all things indigenous or cultural at events.