FCM has experienced 2019 as the year of the business traveller, flexible business travel policies, disruptive technologies and an empowered, savvy workforce are the current hallmarks of corporate travel with a growing need to put people first.
Flight shaming has become the new travel buzz-word of 2019 with campaigners like thirteen-year-old activist Greta Thunberg urging everyone to take fewer flights.
According to a recent report by Bain & Company, an international management consultancy firm, most managers evaluate products and services on price and value.
The world has lived through a hunter-gatherer economy, an industrial economy, and an information economy.
To avoid appointing the wrong Travel Management Company (TMC) for your business, start by creating a solid travel RFP and by asking insightful questions. To help identify the right provider for your business needs, consider including the following questions in your travel RFP
Are you frustrated with the current state of your travel programme? Check out these five clear signs that you need to start the RFP process.
Digital transformation and rapid innovation have seen companies completely rethink the way they conduct business these past few years.
Finding the best travel management company (TMC) for your business can seem like a challenge.
Some tenders for office items such as printers or stationery can be conducted using a fairly standard template, slightly updated from the previous version to suit your current needs.
Finding the best travel management company (TMC) for your business can seem very challenging. Here are three simple steps to get you started.
For travel expenditure, the focus on cost often leads to stringent travel policies. However, policies that are too strict often have more cons than pros. A better approach, FCM has found, is to look at the bigger picture...
Big Data is permeating every business sector in the world today. However, nowhere is the impact of data felt more perceptibly than in the travel industry.