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From Brexit to compliance and budget control, the latest annual survey by the Institute of Travel Management (ITM), run in conjunction with FCM Travel Solutions, has revealed what challenges lie ahead in 2020 for travel managers and buyers.
FCM Travel Solutions, which has a presence in over 95 countries globally, is ending 2019 on a high after being named the World’s Leading Travel Management Company at the World Travel Awards for the ninth consecutive year.
The explosion in the availability of data in the past decade has enabled suppliers to understand better what experience makes which groups feel comfortable. The result has been a growth in brands as accommodation suppliers refine their offerings to target specific groups of travellers.
When travel managers choose whether to put their company’s people on a train or plane, they have to weigh up considerations from company budget to traveller welfare.
Business travellers want to access a wide range of content, in a simple way and in the channels they choose. It’s up to travel management companies, suppliers and technology partners to find ways to do this in the complex environment in which they operate.
From the moment you board you feel like you are in Scandinavia. You will enjoy Scandinavian hospitality, service and world-class cabin comfort.
Travel managers agree that data is vital, but identifying which data is needed will vary among programmes. The data that company travel programmes generate also has significant value, yet tapping into it is a much bigger task than unearthing the nuggets hidden in the behaviour of individuals.
Why are more carriers making the fourth cabin part of their new three-cabin configurations? Premium economy hits all the right corporate notes.
Air Canada and United Airlines offer comprehensive access to North America and can take you there in comfort and style. Together, both airlines offer direct flights to 14 destinations across the U.S. and Canada.
In a relatively short period of time Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become embedded in the fabric of society. AI already seems to power everything from how we read e-mails to how we shop. But how will it affect your corporate travel programme?
We’ve all heard of ecotourism, a movement that has been around for decades, but now more and more companies are making a conscious effort to embrace eco-business travel too. What changes should your company be making to be more environmentally-friendly?
Airlines around the world are utilising innovations in aircraft technology and the lower price of fuel to open up long-distance routes previously unavailable to travellers. So what will this mean to your business - will you benefit?