FCm Travel Solutions has brought together five of its leading regional sales leaders to form a specialist global sales team dedicated to winning and retaining multinational clients. The team consists of sales leaders from across FCm’s global network including Cameron McLeod from FCm USA, Tate Williams Crawford from FCm Europe, Sue McEvoy from FCm Asia Pacific and Manuel Couturier from FCm Latin America.
FCm Travel Solutions’ expansion in Africa is continuing apace after signing new partnership agreements in Tanzania and Mozambique, meaning the global travel management company now has nine partners in the region, as well as an area head office in South Africa. In Tanzania, FCm has partnered with Antelope Tours & Travel Services, which operates five business travel centres across the country.
FCm Travel Solutions’ drive to grow its global network continues apace this month with the signing of significant new partner agreements in the travel management company’s rapidly expanding Africa region as well as eastern Europe. FCm can now offer clients local services and expertise in Ghana after formalising an agreement with Stellar Travel, a leading corporate and retail travel agency in West Africa.
Franziskus Bumm, General Manager, European Network, and Ciaran Kelly, General Manager, Middle East & Africa Network, FCm Travel Solutions, speak to Breaking Travel News at ITB Berlin 2013.
FCm Travel Solutions has partnered with UK-based firm Mantic Point to introduce ‘FCm Mobile’, an integrated mobile phone solution for the global travel management company’s corporate travellers worldwide. FCm Mobile gives travellers access to their itineraries, enables them to receive flight status notifications and to check-in for flights.
FCm Travel Solutions’ ambitious growth plans continue with the global travel management company recently sealing a new agreement with a leading travel agency in Kazakhstan. RBT-Kazakhstan is headquartered in Ust-Kamenogorsk and has two business travel centres, including one in Ust-Kamenogorsk and another in Aktau.
FCm Travel Solutions has broadened its corporate travel network in Africa after signing a new partner agreement with a leading travel agency in Angola. FCm has welcomed to its African network, the Alive brand, which is an affiliate of OnTourism Capital Investments.
The burgeoning BRIC nations are no longer the sole focus for companies exploring new markets according to global business travel management company FCm Travel Solutions. Corporate travellers are heading to new business hubs outside of Brazil, Russia, India and China in order to scope new opportunities for growth and investment in other parts of Latin America, Eastern Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
Ciaran Kelly, General Manager, FCM Travel Solutions, Middle East & Africa, talks to Breaking Travel News at World Travel Market 2012