A significant rebound in its global corporate travel business is expected by year-end as activity increases and as FCM starts to see stronger returns on the multi-million dollar investments made during the pandemic.
FCM Travel Solutions, which has a presence in 97 countries, won new business globally with total projected annual spend (pre-COVID) of USD$1.3billion, cementing its position in the top three global travel management companies and increasing market share.
The World’s Leading Travel Management Company Award rounds off a year that has been enormously challenging for the business travel sector due to the impact of Covid-19. However, FCM has still remained committed to winning and implementing new customers, as well as investing in new technology solutions and enhancing duty of care support for clients throughout the crisis.
The majority of organisations will take a phased approach to resuming domestic and international business travel over the next 12 months according to the first phase of a combined multinational ‘State of the Market’ survey.
FCM Travel Solutions is ramping up its safety-related offerings for customers, as companies prioritize traveler safety and duty of care post COVID-19.
A rapidly evolving business travel landscape has been the catalyst for award-winning global travel management company FCM to transform its brand identity and take a fresh approach to developing a new tech platform.
Since the start of its financial year on July 1, 2020, FCM has won new business globally with a total projected annual spend of $US700m. "FCM’s priority throughout these challenging times has been to support our customers... Our strategy is not only to survive, but to thrive."
FCM Travel Solutions has triumphed at the prestigious 2020 Business Travel Awards winning the top accolade of ‘Travel Team of the Year’ together with the travel management company’s client RSA Insurance plc.
FCM Travel Solutions, one of the world’s largest travel management companies, has announced its investment in Shep, the award-winning browser extension technology that assists companies with better management of travel purchased outside of their corporate travel policies.
Traveller wellbeing is among the top priorities for travel managers in 2020 according to the latest annual survey by the Institute of Travel Management (ITM) in conjunction with FCM Travel Solutions.
FCM Travel Solutions and parent company Flight Centre Travel Group have become the first global travel management company to achieve NDC Level 4 certification by the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
Claire Harrington has been appointed by Flight Centre Travel Group as Head of Corporate Marketing Europe. She will be responsible for overseeing marketing strategy for Flight Centre’s corporate brands.