Discover the latest industry insights and travel program trends in FCM’s whitepapers
Best-in-market corporate travel programs can be difficult to define as all organisations have different and often unique needs. However, facilitating program transformation can often be as simple as analysing data, challenging the status quo and garnering client feedback.
In the 4D FOCUS report on Australian Aviation & Airfares the analytics team report the movement of monthly (purchase) fares for Domestic and Trans-Tasman travel in 2018.
Our “Get with the program” white paper advises how to access better travel choices driving both cost savings and traveller satisfaction
How were your accommodation savings tracking in Q1 2019 compared to Q1 2018? Download your copy of the latest Hotel Focus report for Oceania from our consulting division 4D.
The Key To Data - Unlock the power to take action in your business. Our latest whitepaper takes a deep dive into the importance of data and offers guidance on making sure you get the biggest impact on your travel program with what is at your fingertips.
Whether we like it or not shared goods and services are infiltrating our way of life, including our professional lives. Our latest whitepaper looks at some of the more popular shared goods and services corporates are tapping into for work and also includes some eye-opening stats around useage.
What are the key trends impacting the broader travel industry right now and how will these changes or innovations enhance your travel experience?
Business travel is growing again as a new generation of travellers and travel buyers comes to the fore.
Long stay accommodation has rapidly evolved in recent years with the sharing economy and Millennial business travellers significantly influencing both product and price.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is being described as the most important change in data privacy regulation in 20 years.
Understanding behavioural economics can lead to travel program policies which deliver a seamless booking and travel experience – while reducing traveller friction.
Like the launch of sharing economy services such as Uber and Airbnb, the arrival of blockchain has the potential to disrupt the travel industry.