GLOBAL travel management consultancy FCm Travel Solutions is boosting its national network in the USA with new offices in New York City and Washington DC.
With its headquarters in Chicago and offices now located in 12 cities across the USA, FCm continues to forge a strong presence in the USA business travel market, managing the travel for some of the country’s largest national and multinational companies.
The 18 October opening of the office in New York and the 1 November launch of the Washington office are part of an aggressive growth strategy for FCm in the US aimed at improving service delivery for clients and expanding marketshare.
President of FCm Travel Solutions USA John Beauvais said FCm was thrilled to be touching down in two of the country’s key business hubs.
“The addition of these two new operational teams to our US line up is an exciting step forward for the business in terms of its future growth strategies,” Mr Beauvais said. “New York and Washington DC are not only two of America’s biggest cities but they’re also critical to the global economy and have a huge concentration of corporate businesses that are headquartered in each region.
“The opening of these offices will ensure we have the people power and resources to more effectively service companies in the metropolitan hubs of New York and Washington and surrounding areas.
“FCm already has a growing portfolio of corporate clients in New York and Washington and we are looking forward to rapid expansion in both cities in the future.
“Our new teams will be dedicated to the corporate travel market and offer specialised travel management services to help companies create greater cost and time efficiencies on their business travel. With more travel experts on the ground we’ll be able to deliver a consistently high level of customer service that’s personal, flexible and accountable.”
FCm’s US network now provides travel management services through local teams based in Arizona, California, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Texas, Washington DC, Virginia and Chicago.