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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.
Flight Centre Travel Group Lands Record Amount of New Business for Corporate Travel Amid Global Pandemic
Flight Centre Travel Group released its year-end results on 27 August for its 2020 Fiscal Year, which show an optimistic future for its corporate brands despite a major downturn in the travel industry.
Flight Centre Travel Group’s Corporate Business Delivers Record Results While Achieving Cash Flow Targets
Flight Centre Travel Group’s (FCTG) corporate business has delivered a record amount of new accounts during a challenging period for the travel industry.
As businesses around the globe work hard to recover from the impact of COVID-19, rethinking how travel technology will help in that recovery and the subsequent bounce back is more important than ever before. This is why FCM is working closely with industry partners like Amadeus, one of the world’s largest travel technology companies, to develop solutions that will support the changing travel needs of businesses.
This webinar with Joshua Roebig (VP Corporate Finance, Americas), Timothy Williams (CFO Asia), Michael Snyman (CFO Australia) and Adam Murray (CFO EMEA) covers a variety of topics around Covid-19 and the travel industry. Janet Baptist (Director of Customer Retention, FCM Americas) hosts a discussion which touches upon indicators within the region that could signal a return to travel, refunds and ticket credits, priorities for CFOs ad what travel may look like in the future.
A lot has happened in a short span of time in 2020 since the COVID-19 global pandemic began. As people were forced to stay in and companies forced to halt operations worldwide, their attitude towards consuming travel also changed. Here is a look at how the buying behaviour of organisations is likely to change.
FCM is monitoring the current novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and the impact on business travellers and will continue to keep clients informed during this active situation.
As the impact continues to spread with no quick wins in clear sight, it is important to watch, listen and learn from each other to ensure we step-up and get-out of this storm to the best of our ability.
There is no crystal ball to tell us when exactly travel will return, or what we can definitively expect to change, but we know that heightened hygiene measures stemming from Covid-19 will be a critical part of travel moving forward.
During these challenging times a company’s culture is truly put to the test. Those with a genuinely strong employee culture who ‘walk the talk’ will now see their commitment return dividends.
As the coronavirus situation continues to develop, we've put together a list of frequently asked questions to address some of the concerns you may have.
COVID-19 has put even the most robust travel risk management plans to test, so we've shared the key learnings identified by both our business and our customers.