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We've handled a variety of common and not-so-common bumps in the road, pain points, and unique situations when it comes to corporate travel. Read these quick snapshot stories to uncover the details.
With over 95 TMCs managing the travel needs of employees distributed across 60 countries, a multinational food, candy, and pet supplies manufacturer was facing lack of global visibility into their travel program. Read on to learn about how FCM made the impossible possible to achieve their travel program goals.
What happens when a medical emergency hits while you’re stuck on an oil rig? Find out in the latest marine and offshore travel case study from FCM Travel.
Global snack brand Pringles approached FCM Meetings & Events to plan its annual incentive trip, this time to Vietnam.
JTI collaborated with FCM Consulting to share information and updates about the Global Indirect Procurement team and the wider travel industry.
An American Fortune 100 multinational consumer goods manufacturer – which produces a multitude of personal care items – decided it was time for a new travel management company (TMC).
BOC Aviation leases and sells aircraft to airlines, in fact, it’s the largest agency of its kind headquartered in Asia. BOC is a subsidiary of the Bank of China and works with airlines around the world to secure their fleet.
Education in Motion (EiM) are leaders in pre-tertiary education, educating thousands of learners around the world operating a family of schools, including Dulwich College International with campuses across Mainland China. Due to the pandemic many of expat staff had not been able to return home to see family and loved ones for at least 2 years. Find out how FCM sent staff and their families across the world and brining them back to China before the start of the school year.
Like many companies around the world, Discovery’s global travel operations took an unplanned pause in 2020. What at first seemed like a hindrance soon transformed into an opportunity to use the travel pause to not only create fixes, but to innovate.
Discover how FCM Travel incorporated a thorough change management plan when helping a Fortune 100 company bring their travel program vision to life.
When JTI's major incumbent TMC handed them their 90 days' notice, how were we going to get 72 countries live in time? Read here to find out.
Having grown from a family-owned company to operating in over 20 countries, Charles River Laboratories needed to globally consolidate their travel programme for the first time. Discover how strong collaboration made it possible.