Get the latest research and data on managing your corporate travel programme.
This webinar brings together prominent industry partners and associations to dive into how each sector of the industry has been impacted by COVID-19 and their plans for bounce-back post-COVID-19.
We believe in the importance of preserving indigenous culture and language all around the world, and our commitment starts here, at home.
Our webinar on lessons learned from COVID-19 discusses what the ‘new normal’ will look like for business travel.
We’re committed to evaluating your specific travel trends, company culture, unique challenges and strengths, and other features of your programme so that we can design and implement the most effective strategies to achieve your goals – ensuring all your savings opportunities have been explored.
Nervous trepidations or confidently excited? What’s going on inside the mind of your travellers right now. Now that some borders are opening up, businesses have started to test the water of business travel – but how are travellers feeling about returning to the skies and roads?
Making sense of airline policies on booking changes and what to do when you have a credit can be a challenge, so we've put together a guide to help answer some of your questions. Everything from what is a travel credit to how to get the best value from your travel credit.
Our top priority is keeping you and your people safe when travelling. Here's what you can expect when flying domestically in Alert Level 1 with Air New Zealand.
Businesses have had immense pressure to continually reforecast budgets with each major announcement made as a result of COVID-19. So, what (and how) do you budget for 2021?
The value of working with a TMC can be quantified in many ways, from savings, user satisfaction and traveller safety to time-saving processes, visibility of spend and even employee engagement. So where does the TMC fit in, and how can travel managers ensure they leverage maximum value from its TMC relationship?
There has been a call recently from certain travel industry bodies to eliminate Hotel RFPs for a year or more. This approach would see 2021 rates mirror those set for 2020, and no new negotiations until the 2022 season. FCM, together with FCM Consulting provide some perspectives on the topic.
Travel programme leakage is the bane of any travel programme manager the world over. Before COVID-19 hit, businesses were seeing dollars and productivity hour’s march out the door as employees chose to book outside of the travel policy and expense claim back at a later date.
With so much of the news dedicated to covering the darker side of COVID-19, here at FCM we want to shine a light on the good news stories out there. We’ve received wonderful feedback from our customers on how our people are working around the clock to get their employees home safe to their loved ones, so here’s just a taste of that good news flavour!