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During FCM’s live education session on sustainability at this year’s GBTA Convention in Dallas, we surveyed the audience., and it’s clear that travel managers are ready to take the next step toward a greener travel policy.
Travel fatigue is a growing phenomenon affecting many business travellers. According to a survey by World Travel Protection, only 33% of business travellers report feeling pleased to be back on the road for work after the pandemic. The term refers to more than just physical exhaustion from travel; it encapsulates a sense of emotional and mental weariness at even the thought of embarking on a journey.
How do you, as a business traveller or corporate event attendee, keep yourself and your travelling companions safe, healthy, and secure while on business travel?
GBTA Convention 2023 served as a crucial platform for NDC discussions, and the insights garnered there provide a roadmap for what lies ahead.
Many travel buyers are still largely focused on how they can reduce business travel costs. We asked FCM Consulting how travel buyers can shift their strategies to help.
We all know events can be powerful catalysts for success, but let's face it—they often leave a less-than-desirable impact on the environment.
To protect your employees and ensure their safety and security, companies have to think about business travel risk management and reducing risks when travelling for business.
Many are wondering how AI is used in the travel industry, using generative AI and tools like Chat GPT. Discover more about FCM’s plans.
With cybercrime globally estimated to cost companies US$10.5 trillion per year by 2025, here are top tips for your business travellers to mitigate cyber risks while on work trips.
FCM Consulting has an exclusive offer to provide your organisation with a personalised airline sustainability scorecard.
Your rules and procedures are traveller-friendly, your tech’s easy to use, and your escalation process seamless. How much more flexible can you be?
The worldwide travel market has expanded considerably from just over 400,000 travellers in 1973 to 5.56 billion in 2019. Fighting for market share in this booming industry are two global commercial aircraft manufacturers: Boeing and Airbus.