FCM Consulting have created a useful guide to global events in major cities across the world, to help anticipate (and mitigate) event-driven impacts on hotel spend. Download the first instalment now.
FCM Consulting’s Quarterly Trends Report Q2-2023 is one of two halves for business travel trends. All eyes remain on business travel expenses.
FCM Consulting has an exclusive offer to provide your organisation with a personalised airline sustainability scorecard.
Why is Travel Management So Difficult Today? FCM and BTN bring you the white paper which answers just that. Discover the top 5 pain points bugging travel managers, expert analysis and commentary from FCM and BTN, and more.
Undergoing transformational change is one of the most important things you can do for your travel program; but you may not know where to start. We’ve consolidated all the best-in-class knowledge when it comes to corporate travel change management right here.
FCM Consulting’s Quarterly Trends Report Q1-2023 explores business travel trends in 2023, and how prices are affected by inflation, travel demand and traveller choices.
Safety and Risk playbook for travel managers. Make a complex landscape simple again.
Treat your data like more than just a buzzword. We’re breaking down the best ways for you to take advantage of the data you’ve already got. Get ready to peek into the goldmine and pave the way to a high performing travel programme for your business.
Business travel confidence is at an all-time high now that meetings and events can go ahead without interruptions and cancellations, and quarantine and testing measures have been removed in most countries.
FCM Consulting is excited to share their newest quarterly trend report. Most regions are reporting 90%+ airline capacity, with major air carriers like United Airlines, American Airlines, & Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific forecasted to exceed pre-pandemic levels in 2023.
This eBook, developed by FCM, discusses how the agile methodology can be applied to the corporate travel management space.
After a pause of business travel, FCM and GBTA felt it was time to assess the state of technology used in travel programmes to see how, if at all, needs have changed. In a joint piece of research, we surveyed travel managers across North America, Europe and Asia Pacific to explore how technology has changed the travel manager’s role and the travel programme-to-TMC relationship.