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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.
FCM Travel’s parent company Flight Centre Travel Group (FCTG) has announced a comprehensive package of initiatives to strengthen its balance sheet and liquidity position.
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.
Here's a look back at the business trips we planned, savings on air bookings we helped our clients saved, and the numbers that mattered.
The first step to compliance is making sure your corporate travel policy is circulated to every traveler in the organization.
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).
In a recent interview with CEO Magazine, FCM Asia's Managing Director Bertrand Saillet spoke of changes in the travel industry, how FCM operates and his business philosophy
Although the primary function of a TMC is to arrange business travel, the value of working with a TMC goes far beyond the functional. A TMC can provide the same level of knowledge and expertise as a lawyer or accountant does in their professional field.
Charlene Leiss, President of FCTG Americas Corporate Brands, and Vicki Parris, Senior Director of Customer Experience for FCM Asia have each played a pivotol role in the growth and success of FCTG’s business, while remaining focused on driving change as thought leaders. As Top Women in Travel honourees, both women were lauded for their efforts in reinventing, leaning in and creating momentum within and beyond the travel community and their field of expertise.
Organised in partnership with ACTE, the programme featured 3 presentations from distinguished speakers, inspiring case studies and panels of thought leaders and industry experts, ranging from medical professionals, marketing and HR specialists, distribution and revenue analysts and corporate travel executives. Slides of the presentation will be made available on upon request.
Originally conceived in Brisbane Australia at FCM’s corporate headquarters, the series’ namesake was born from the desire to illuminate the future of corporate travel and provide valuable networking opportunities for delegates and suppliers.
As part of the focus in engaging FCTG’s women, 2019 will see the introduction of new processes such as elimination of unconscious bias in recruitment, flexible working arrangements for working mothers, and the launch of the Womenwise chapter in Asia. “Women and men both need to be the catalysts to drive this transformation towards an inclusive and diverse workforce of the future.” says Bertrand Saillet, Managing Director at FCM Travel Solutions, Asia.