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FCM has a solid global footprint. This means a home ground advantage in over 95 countries worldwide. We give local knowledge; on-the-ground support from dedicated travel managers; and after-hours assistance wherever you find yourself in the world.
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’ve probably seen the following popping up on social media profiles or email signatures after people’s name: she/her, he/him, they/them, or even they/he or she/they. But what does it mean? Read about why you should be putting this at the forefront of your business travel program.
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.
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.
How do you use Agile software development methodology to develop a future-fit corporate travel management programme? Leaders from FCM discuss how it’s done in a webinar
You may be wondering how software development methodology could possibly apply to corporate travel. Rest assured that you aren’t alone. Let’s take a closer look at the four pillars of Agile and how they directly correlate to corporate travel programmes.
An agile mindset could be your ticket to creating a more efficient, sustainable, and future-proof corporate travel programme. Curious about your current state of agility? Take our quiz to find out if you’re an agile champion or a work-in-progress.
According to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), sustainable aviation fuels (SAFs) remain the best option to reduce carbon emissions.
What's on the mind of our leaders? Hear about major trends and what's happening in the TMC world from the team at FCM
Alice Linley-Munro, Travel Manager at Oil Spill Response shares how she tackled the COVID challenge, with FCM by her side.
Travel managers across the world have shared their views on travel technology with GBTA and FCM. Among all the data that’s come from the research, it’s clear that travel technology has evolved and its role in travel programmes has changed.