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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.
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.
In light of recent events in Europe, there is no longer a clear border between ‘safe’ and ‘risky’ areas of the world. More than ever before, employers need to be fully engaged with duty of care and what strategies can be implemented to maximise traveller protection. Booking all travel through a single source (TMC) is vital
In 2018, Hurricane Florence formed. Find out how the team here at FCM Travel kept our travellers safe during a natural disaster.
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.
The not-for-profit conservation organisation African Parks manages 22 national parks across Africa. Their commitment to conservation is unwavering, but the logistical challenges they encounter, particularly around travel to and within remote locations, can be difficult.
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.
With a directive towards programme improvement, FCM collaborated with Toyota to streamline processes, ensure a better traveller experience and deliver “Travel Re-Imagined”, even in the face of a pandemic.
PepsiCo is one of the world’s leading food and beverage companies with a global portfolio of diverse and beloved brands. In 2012 FCm commenced the task of consolidating 20 individual markets previously utilising 10 different travel agents for a travel program including more than 3,500 travellers and 1,400 contractors.
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).
Discover how FCM Travel incorporated a thorough change management plan when helping a Fortune 100 company bring their travel program vision to life.