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Flight Centre Travel Group has added to its line-up Uber’s Global Head of Uber for Business, Ronnie Gurion, at FCTG’s annual event dedicated to informing and providing insights into the global corporate travel industry.
Find out how to make your business trips more enjoyable.
The 2019 Global Business Travel Association conference presented a feast of topics covering all the latest and greatest from around the corporate travel sector. Find out what were the key insights from GBTA 2019.
Find out the best travel apps to get you prepared and stay on schedule.
Illuminate 2019 keynote speaker, Chris Riddell, is an award winning global futurist and industry recognised inspirational speaker on emerging trends in our hyper connected world.
FCM's Regional General Manager, Ryan, fosters a customer-centric approach in his team, building strong relationships with clients at all levels. With a team of some 50 staff in Victoria and a mix of large and multi national clients, Ryan believes in giving clients of all sizes the same attention, while also taking a hands-on role in finding solutions which add value.
Is the thought of your next business flight more stress-inducing than a crisis board meeting? For some business travellers the trip to the airport triggers anxiety which is not about the major presentation they are due to give, but actually about the thought of flying itself.
Six months is a long time in the quickly changing world of international politics, global events and travel security.
If you’re booking a ticket or flying from Sydney to Melbourne or Sydney to Brisbane and you think your flight is busy – you’re right!
The Corporate brands of the Flight Centre Travel Group are celebrating after being named in the The Australian Financial Review BOSS Most Innovative Companies list for 2019 last night in Sydney.
We’re excited to hear our technology partner Serko launched the ‘FaceMe’ digital travel assistant and predictHQ at GBTA this week in Chicago.
A scholarship to the Sir George Seymour National College of Travel, Tourism and Business in New Zealand set Shannon Cooper on the pathway to a successful career in travel.