By asking a few simple questions, it becomes quite straightforward to determine whether your company has put the proper TMC solution in place. If you don’t like the answers you’re getting, consider switching to a TMC like Flight Centre Business Travel.
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The truth is that travel management isn’t as simple as booking a simple domestic return flight and arriving at the airport in time. And, buying travel is nothing like buying coffee for the office either.
The Flight Centre Travel Group (FCTG) is urging travellers to reconsider all non-essential travel to China as a result of the Coronavirus outbreak.
Did you know it’s your duty as the traveller or even a travel booker to ensure that you are covered for all of these possible risks. When travelling, make sure you read and understand your travel insurance policy, and check that you are comprehensively covered.
Domestic travel makes up the largest portion of business travel in South Africa. That’s why in our spotlight today are the top three domestic business travel destinations and insights straight from our Flight Centre Business Travel experts to you.
Travelling is a great networking tool for any growing business with in-person meetings having been recognised as the most effective way to close deals. But that’s not all, according to recent research.
Faced with a global skills shortage, employers increasingly need to come up with new and innovative ways of attracting – and retaining - top talent. Taking a look at your travel policy may be a solution, fine out more:
Ditch your heels and dust off your tekkies – there’s no better time than winter to add a bit of play to your work on your next business trip to Cape Town.
Business travel has been made more complicated by the many misconceptions and myths that have developed over time. Let’s unpack some of the top travel spend myths and how to turn your business travel and expenses around.
While your travel expenses may not be your biggest cost item, every rand misspent and not maximised is a rand wasted. Here are four questions you should be asking yourself to ensure you get the most out of your Travel Management Company and travel budget:
Drafting a travel policy is one thing but if you don’t enforce it within your company and your travellers don’t abide by it, you’re wasting your time.
It doesn't take a survey to know that most business travellers don't follow their fitness and wellness routines while travelling for work.