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FCM's Global Managing Director Marcus Eklund joined ITM's #Trending Summit to discuss the new era of travel management.
Q3 2021 has started with a wave of positivity for travel around the world but we're still seeing the effects of the pandemic on travel businesses.
Travel has always been a risky business. Especially if you have ever had to navigate international incidents, industrial action or adverse weather. Not surprising then that risk management and duty of care is so important.
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.
As companies start to return to travel again, many will be thinking about how to limit the amount of business travel or have some visibility over who is travelling where.
How we communicate with each other has come a long way since email and SMS. And we’re not just talking about Zoom and Teams, but the way that we support and lift each other especially in times of a crisis.
Smith coined the term ‘travel unready’ to describe her first post-lockdown trip, and has shared a few tips and hints to help travellers on their way.
The travel industry has been transformed by digital innovation over the past two decades, perhaps more so than any other sector, with no segment of the global travel ecosystem left untouched.
Most companies ensure that their airfares are centrally booked for full visibility and compliance. It makes perfect sense. And not only from a booking, reporting and reconciliation point of view – but in terms of budget too.
Many travel managers have used lockdown to review their travel programmes processes and partners, in hopes to have a stronger, more efficient, travel programme in place when things begin to resume. Check out these 5 considerations when it comes to your travel management provider.
From cost savings to spend visibility and traveller safety, the value of working with a TMC can be quantified in many ways. Here are our five tips to managing your TMC more effectively and ensuring a successful partnership.
On the surface, a shift in booking lead times demands a degree of flexibility from the traveller, but for travel managers and procurement managers, it means juggling approval processes, flight availability, cancelled or postponed tickets, and spend.