Informative tips and guidance to help simplify your business travel.
When you’re faced with consolidating your corporate travel program, you may feel like you’re standing at the foot of a giant mountain, with the top obscured by clouds; and when you can’t even see the summit, the climb may feel all the more impossible. We’ve narrowed corporate travel program consolidation down to three general categories, each with their own specific tips for success and key points of overlap. Take a closer look.
Here are some handy hints on how to get ready for Th!nk!
Th!nk is a joint event between FCM and the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) who will share the latest intel on traveler wellness, safety, and sustainability in the real world post-COVID.
We’ve curated the three red flags of an overcomplicated travel tech vendor so you can clearly identify who gets sent to RFP, and who gets sent a direct link to Complicated-AvrilLavigne.mp3.
While the road to crafting a truly agile travel program isn’t always simple, here are five key tips that John Morhous, Chief Experience Officer at Flight Centre Travel Group, and Jo Lloyd, Global Head of Account Management at FCM, swear by when building out an agile program.
In partnership with BTN Group, this In the Know webinar sees John Morhous, Chief Experience Officer at Flight Centre Travel Group, and Jo Lloyd, Head of Global Account Management and Consulting at FCM Travel, getting straight to the facts on how to create, manage, and maintain agile corporate travel tech.
While travel may have paused during the pandemic, progress certainly didn't. Hear from FCM's leaders on how the business utilized the time to accelerate important projects and what's ahead for the future.
Finding the right travel management company (TMC) for your business can be tough during the simplest of times. Finding a new TMC in the wake of global industry upheaval is another thing. Read up on these five steps to acing your TMC selection.
Read into some of the key points from the FCM traveler sentiment report as it uncovers what matters most to business travelers in 2022.
After only what can be described as an eventful 2020, travel managers held a collective, hopeful breath: what would 2021 hold for the future of business travel? At GBTA 2021 in sunny Orlando, Florida they gathered for the first time in what felt like forever. So, what happens when the best minds in business travel are together again after an extended time apart? According to three FCM Travel experts who were in attendance, it was anything but business as usual.
FCM has a solid global footprint. This means a home ground advantage in over 95 countries worldwide. We give local knowledge; on-the-ground support from dedicated travel managers; and after-hours assistance wherever you find yourself in the world.
Travel can have its challenges - but it needn't be risky business. Promoting traveler confidence and a successful return to business travel requires a solid approach to risk management. How does your program measure up?