Here's a look back at the business trips we planned, savings on air bookings we helped our clients saved, and the numbers that mattered.
The first step to compliance is making sure your corporate travel policy is circulated to every traveler in the organization.
Is a gym class a legitimate business travel expense? We ask what corporate travellers can expect their company to pay for.
In a recent interview with CEO Magazine, FCM Asia's Managing Director Bertrand Saillet spoke of changes in the travel industry, how FCM operates and his business philosophy.
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Effective travel management lies in knowing when to use the various tools at your disposal – when to ‘do it yourself’, when to use an Online Booking Tool (OBT) and when to turn to your trusted Travel Management Company (TMC).
If you reduce travel stress you not only improve employee welfare, but you increase the corporate travel programme’s ROI. A no-brainer really, and travel managers can make a real impact.
Although the primary function of a TMC is to arrange business travel, the value of working with a TMC goes far beyond the functional. A TMC can provide the same level of knowledge and expertise as a lawyer or accountant does in their professional field.
From December to February airports and hotels are bustling with holidaymakers and families, but for corporate travellers it’s business as usual. We have the ultimate survival guide to get you through the holiday season!
Intelligent technology is assisting cities to merge their digital and physical landscapes. But what does this brave new urban world mean for business travellers in Asia? Read on to find out more.
It’s over twenty years since Virgin Atlantic and Taiwan's EVA Air became the first international airlines to offer premium economy cabins. A step down in cost, but less so in terms of experience, premium economy provides great value, makes travellers relaxed and productive travellers...
It is estimated that, in many corporations, just 60% of all travel costs are visible. The remaining 40% is invisible because those organisations track air, hotel and car rental bookings rather than what was actually spent – any why.