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Everyone has the potential to have those lightbulb moments. That’s why we wanted to get you thinking about the future of travel, technology and mindsets at FCM and GBTA’s Th!nk event.
At FCM and GBTA’s inaugural Th!nk event, everyone was challenged to bring a fresh approach to business travel.
From 1st October 2021 most EU, EEA and Swiss citizens must hold a valid passport in order to travel to the UK.
Wherever it is and whoever it’s for, you need your next event to captivate. Our specialised meetings and events division has lived the world of virtual events over the past few months and has picked up a couple of key tips to keep in mind when planning your next virtual gathering.
Insightful reporting that is accompanied by expert analysis also mitigates common travel pain points around traveller visibility; travel risk management; ability to demonstrate ROI; and booking leakage. Here are the five hallmarks of great travel reporting.
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.
We’re committed to evaluating your specific travel trends, company culture, unique challenges and strengths, and other features of your programme so that we can design and implement the most effective strategies to achieve your goals – ensuring all your savings opportunities have been explored.
It’s likely you have implemented an interim travel policy to cope with the disruption of COVID-19, however as the travel landscape starts to find a new sense of ‘normal’, it’s a good time to review and work on a revised version for 2021 and beyond. Discover how to refine your Travel Policy in 4 Simple Steps.
LGBTQ+ travel guides and blogs for business travellers
Vaccinations against COVID-19 have started at a differing pace around the world. The approval and roll-out of more vaccines is largely seen as a positive step for the return of business travel but it’s only part of the story, and there is still much that we do not know.
We know that a web interface will not always be the way a client wants to access their data. Not all of our customers in the future will want to log into a reporting platform to see their data.
Today’s business travel programmes deliver huge amounts of data – everything from details of hotel bookings and flights to individual passenger expenses and preferences for food, seats and rooms.