Find out about airline corporate reward schemes, how to manage out-of-policy travel expenses, the benefits of long-term accommodation and more in the guides from FCM's business travel experts.
First they were travel managers, then they were procurement. As automation begins to circle round travel buyers, Mark Frary considers which specific job skills will be in demand tomorrow.
Why are so many travel managers encouraged only to control travel costs rather than use travel as a tool to achieve a result? Measuring travel’s ROI could be the first step!
Both TMCs and corporates with large hotel spends face the challenge to gather their figures, combine that information with all their upcoming needs and then set about trying to use this data to secure the best possible accommodation for their travellers and rates for their employers.
Rachel Newns, FCM’s Hotel Product Manager explains the three key elements that are needed to control hotel costs. Combine all three to ensure clarity for your travellers and deliver value on your overall spend.
Travellers using their work mouse or smartphone just like their home remote control can leave a confused manager. Mark Frary explains how to thrive in a multi channel world.
NDC is a standard developed by IATA to facilitate communication and trade in travel. The idea is that everyone involved in the business of distributing content – such as airline seats and fares – are all talking the same (technical) language and using the same syntax to exchange messages on shopping and booking components of travel...
Stockholm is home to many start-ups and considered the most digitally connected city in the world. It was the birthplace for both Spotify and Skype and is probably eclipsed only by Silicon Valley and the San Francisco area in attracting tech stars.
Dubai is one of the most popular destinations for business travellers and is home to the regional offices of leading financial and business service companies. Read more to find out where to stay, eat and drink, and spend your bleisure time.