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FCM Wins Australasia Top Award Four Years Running

FCM Wins Australasia Top Award Four Years Running


FCm Travel Solutions has been named "Australasia's Leading Travel Management Company" by the World Travel Awards for the fourth consecutive year in 2015.

The prestigious award was announced at the 2015 World Travel Awards Asia and Australasia Gala Ceremony held at the InterContinental Grand Stanford, Hong Kong.

In front of the large gathering of industry leaders and partners, FCm was thrilled to accept the regional award for the fourth time.

The World Travel Awards are voted for by travel and tourism professionals worldwide and this accolade recognises the commitment to excellence FCm has demonstrated over the past 12 months.

Andy Jack, FCm Travel Solutions NZ general manager, said that winning the award for the fourth consecutive year is a fantastic achievement and a real credit to the team.

“It’s a real honour to have won this award again, this past year we’ve really focused on delivering market-leading technology solutions and an enhanced product range to our customers and winning this award is a real testament to that commitment. It really recognizes our strength and innovation in these areas,” Andy said.

"Of course this is great news for our customers because it means that we truly are delivering amazing travel experiences to our clients and their travellers."

FCm has a long established presence in Australasia, with the company operating a wholly owned business in New Zealand and the global headquarters being based in Brisbane, Australia.

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