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FCm Makes Headlines at The Business Travel Conference

June 11, 2015

FCm Travel Solutions UK will be out in force at 2015 The Business Travel Conference in London as the global travel management company is headline sponsor of this year’s event.

Taking place on June 15th and 16th at the Novotel London West in Hammersmith, The Business Travel Conference (TBTC) features a comprehensive conference programme, workshops and exclusive exhibition of leading industry suppliers. It is aimed at everyone with responsibility for booking, buying, arranging or handling business travel and meetings at companies both large and small.

Some 200 delegates have registered to attend from travel administrators, PAs, secretaries and office managers to procurement and finance personal. In addition 60 exhibitors have booked stands in the private exhibition area.

The FCm team will be based on stand 11, networking with delegates to explain the company’s partnership approach to travel management and tailored solutions for individual clients.  FCm will also be highlighting new products and services such as enhancements to its risk management offering, FCm Secure, and a new reporting and analytics tool, Clientbank Connect, which enables clients to create highly-customised dashboards and reports with unique third-party travel and non-travel expense data.

Visitors to the FCm stand will also be entered into a prize draw to win a bottle of Bollinger each day.

In addition, Jo Greenfield, FCm UK’s general manager, will give an opening address at the start of the conference, as well as take part as a speaker in the Workshop Zone 2 session on Travel Management on Monday 15th June. This session combines a case study with a workshop. Kate Lyndley relates how she had to create a travel policy for Manchester City Football Club. Kate will recount her journey and the role played by both her TMC and suppliers. The subsequent workshop will help explain why organisations should have a travel policy; what it should cover; how to communicate that policy to your company’s travellers, ensure compliance and track spending. The session is designed to appeal to delegates who are new or part-time travel buyers.

For more information on attending TBTC 2015, visit www.thebusinesstravelconference.com/