As FCM’s inaugural Th!nk event concluded this week, industry leaders emerged in bullish mood, optimistic about the future of corporate travel.
Energy company Shell has selected FCM as its global travel provider to manage travel requirements across all businesses.
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This acquisition builds on last year’s initial investment in the firm, and boosts FCM’s already robust technology offering.
The Flight Centre Travel Group (FLT) has reinforced its commitment to providing customers with the widest choice of airfares by increasing its investment in travel technology business TP Connects (TPC).
Optimistic outlook driven by pent-up demand, growing momentum and adaption to the new norm
FCM, one of the world’s largest travel management companies is growing its presence across Asia through a joint venture with NSF Engagement in Japan.
Travel management company FCM has partnered with South Pole for new global net zero carbon offsetting programme for business travel customers
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The majority of organisations will take a phased approach to resuming domestic and international business travel over the next 12 months according to the first phase of a combined multinational ‘State of the Market’ survey.
FCM Travel Solutions, which has a presence in 97 countries, won new business globally with total projected annual spend (pre-COVID) of USD$1.3billion, cementing its position in the top three global travel management companies and increasing market share.
FCM Travel Solutions, Indian Subsidiary of Flight Centre Travel Group, Australia, won the award for, ‘The Most Trusted Corporate Travel Brand’ at the Times Travel Awards 2019.