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COVID-19 has turned the world upside down. But what does it mean for corporate travel? Learn more about developments in business travel including emerging trends and how an alternative approach could make a world of difference in your travel program.
COVID-19 has transformed the business travel landscape. With many offices closed either temporarily or permanently and large portions of workforces working remotely, travel managers’ priorities have shifted.
If one thing has become certain in the past 18 months, it’s that you need to plan for uncertainty, particularly in the meetings and events space. We unpack the trigger points and consider the “what ifs” during these precarious times.
Data analytics has the potential to transform how companies organise, operate, manage their travel, and create value. Here are five clear ways data and automation can help business travel managers identify missed savings in a post-COVID world.
Border closures around Australia have presented their fair share of challenges for anyone staging an event right now. Luckily, we’ve designed a compass to help you navigate your way through these murky waters to keep your event on track.
There’s numerous factors to consider when staging an event at the best of times, let alone during a global pandemic. Luckily, we’re well-versed in this space. We examine all of the reasons behind whether it's better to postpone or whether pivoting to a combination of virtual and in-person will suit your event needs best.
FCM’s Q2 Accommodation and Aviation Trends Webinar took a deep-dive into the report findings and revealed a 15.8 per cent global vaccination rate highlighting that the more vaccine rates soar, so too will the travel industry.
FCM Consulting has its finger on the pulse, releasing its quarterly report on accommodation and airline activity drawing on data from FCM corporate bookings and Cirium aviation in Q2 2021.
When it comes to business travel, you can’t talk about sustainability without talking about traveller wellness and how it’s going to affect a company’s bottom line. We take a look at the common considerations and their impact.
FCM has been at the forefront of NDC pilots with tech providers and airlines, Sabre and Qantas among them. This Q&A updates us on their progress.
The idea behind NDC is that everyone involved in the business of distributing content – such as airline seats and fares – are all talking the same (technical) language. Here's what you need to know!
LGBTQ+ travel guides and blogs for business travellers