We've created a guide which is full of travel tips and information to help ensure you can prioritise your health and wellness on the road.
One of the biggest topics in business travel right now is travel risk management - otherwise known as Duty of Care to your employees.
To help our customers make an informed choice when it comes to accommodation, FCM and 4D have created a report that documents cleaning and safety protocols being implemented at our hotel partners, including all SmartSTAY hotels.
With unprecedented times comes the need for flexibility, especially with something as important as travel policy. While the common solution may be changing your travel policy all together.
Booking your work travel via the Internet can be perceived as the easiest way of making bookings and snaring the best rates. But is it really saving you? And what support will you have if there is an emergency or travel disruption?
Long gone are the days when you turned to a Travel Management Company (TMC) simply for fulfilment. Today, strong TMCs are business partners. Managing costs, adding value and identifying programme enhancements are ‘must-expect’ deliverables and the conduit for these essentials from a TMC is your Account Manager.
Finding the best TMC for your company can seem like a long, challenging process – especially if you’ve never been to market before. Breaking it down into manageable steps will ensure you go through the whole process carefully and considerately. Not sure where to start? FCM is here to help…
How were your accommodation savings tracking in Q1 2019 compared to Q1 2018? Download your copy of the latest Hotel Focus report for Oceania from our consulting division 4D.
NDC (New Distribution Capability) is a new, modernised data transmission standard, developed by IATA, that enables airlines to provide dynamic personalised offers and distribute products to market faster and with greater flexibility.
Our “Get with the programme” white paper advises how to access better travel choices driving both cost savings and traveller satisfaction
By 2020, about 1.7 megabytes per second of new information will be created for every human being on the planet using 50 billion connected devices. By then, our accumulated digital universe of data will have grown to 44 trillion gigabytes.
Business travel is growing again as a new generation of travellers and travel buyers comes to the fore.