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Sustainable travel is a hot topic right now. Some would argue hotter than it has ever been, and it’s certainly no coincidence that our global temperatures are following the same trend.
You might still book your travel plans at your desk, but what about the information or changes you need to make when you’re out and about? Here’s some of the top features that travel bookers and travellers need from their travel app and yes, they’re all available with FCM.
Speaking with FCM Travel’s Global Safety & Risk Product Leader, Matthew DeMaris, we dive into some key developments happening in the travel risk management space, as well as some best practices companies can implement to ensure their risk management approach is built for the future.
You may hear the terms virtual reality and augmented reality thrown around interchangeably, but they in fact accomplish two very different things. We discuss the difference and the benefits of the two within business travel.
A new global standard for travel risk management was released in late 2021 that is gaining increased attention with the business travel community.
With 2023 fast approaching, many organisations are looking ahead to a new year and new opportunities. ESG (environmental, social and governance) obligations are top of mind, with issues around sustainability and diversity, equality and inclusion driving broader strategy for many businesses around the globe. Companies are still grappling with new ways of working – not to mention navigating the current economic environment.
Which is more important? Your people, or the planet? That's the question companies are grappling with as they strive to balance keeping their travellers happy, while meeting their sustainability goals in order to gain a competitive edge and meet their corporate responsibilities.
We’ve all been anxiously watching business travel trends and patterns for signs of recovery or a “return to normal.” However, as it’s been posited countless times before, we’re not going back to how it was…we’re going somewhere different.
A travel company that's mindful of both global and local trends has its advantages.
The war in Ukraine, inflation and labour shortage. After the pandemic, the list of risks related to business travel and tourism continues to grow to the point of disrupting the recovery of the sector that was initially planned for 2024.
An agile mindset could be your ticket to creating a more efficient, sustainable, and future-proof corporate travel program. Curious about your current state of agility? Take our quiz to find out if you’re an agile champion or a work-in-progress.
The 4 steps to reduce your carbon footprint during your business trips & the 6 best ecological practices for a responsible travel!