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FCm Named World’s Leading Travel Management Company

13 January 2012

FCm Named World’s Leading Travel Management Company

FCm Travel Solutions is celebrating a stellar performance in the World Travel Awards’ program after being named the World’s Leading Travel Management Company.

FCm accepted the World Travel Awards’ global accolade for corporate travel management, at the Grand Final Gala Ceremony in Doha, Qatar, January 11. The announcement caps off a massive year of achievements for FCm, which in 2011was also voted Europe’s Leading Travel Management Company, Asia’s Leading Travel Management Company, Australasia’s Leading Business Travel Agent and North America’s Leading Travel Management Company.

FCm Travel Solutions global leader Gregory Lording said FCm was delighted to claim this new title after enjoying a solid winning streak in the World Travel Awards’ regional travel, tourism and hospitality award program in 2011.

“The year has been a record year for FCm in terms our performance on the world awards’ stage as well in other areas of our business,” Gregory said. “We’re thrilled to add this new global award to our collection of regional accolades and have been actively celebrating the win around our global network.

“The award for World’s Leading Travel Management Company recognises the professionalism of our travel teams throughout our global network and reinforces FCm’s growing brand and business presence in the global corporate travel arena. Since being launched to market in 2004, FCm has continued to strategically grow the network and now employs over six thousand people world-wide. FCm offers customers a truly global network spanning more than 75 countries.

“Our broad geographical footprint, local knowledge and ability to tailor services to suit the needs of each customer have the company well placed for further growth and success in the future.”

Simon McKearney, general manager, FCm Travel Solutions New Zealand, congratulated the hard work and dedication of the company’s local travel teams.

“This award recognises the daily efforts of our travel teams, their dedication and professionalism. Our ability to provide high-quality and consistent service around the FCm network means our customers receive the same excellent level of service no matter where in the world they do business with FCm,” Mr McKearney said. ”Even though we are a global company our focus will always be on local service that clients can rely on and trust.”

FCm Travel Solutions:

1. Is one of the world's leading corporate travel and expense management consultancies
2. Blends global presence with local, flexible and personal service, and provides end-to-end corporate travel and expense management solutions
3. Has a regionally focused global network that ensures in-depth understanding of each client's local business culture and travel environment
4. Creates travel savings for companies of all sizes, in all market sectors. and New Zealand


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