Flight Centre Travel Group announces the appointment of Emese Graham as its new Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Manager for the Americas. Based in Toronto, she will be responsible for developing equity initiatives across the region for both its leisure and corporate brands.
Flight Centre's Corporate Division predicts swing to profit by Spring 2022 as the world reopens to business travellers. Optimistic outlook driven by pent-up demand, growing momentum and adaption to the new norm.
Flight Centre Travel Group announces the appointment of Roy Goldschmitt to the role of Global Chief Technology Officer, Core Services for all Corporate brands.
Corporate Traveller is pleased to announce Amanda Vining has been appointed Chief Sales & Customer Officer globally, and Chris Lynes has been named President of Corporate Traveler for the Americas.
Flight Centre Travel Group today announced that long-serving senior leader Tom Walley will take the reins as the new Global Managing Director of SME specialist Corporate Traveller.
Corporate Traveler launches the SME Travel Toolkit, a must-read series providing expert guidance, tools and tips for business travel in the pandemic era.
In the newly created role, Michelle will work closely with FLT’s people at all levels to help ensure the company’s business practices are economically, environmentally and socially sustainable.
On Canada’s first official National Day of Truth & Reconciliation, we want to amplify Indigenous voices in our industry. Flight Centre Travel Group Americas’ Diversity Ambassador Mpuuga Rwabutara chatted with Jason Picard-Binet from the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC) about Indigenous tourism in Canada, reconciliation actions, and more.
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We recently launched our ‘State of the Market’ research project, a multi-phase global survey that aims to understand the sentiment and needs of our clients as they shift over time. The results are in.
Most companies will only resume business travel if their organization deems it safe to do so, according to the second poll in a multi-national ‘State of the Market’ study by Corporate Traveler and FCM Travel Solutions. The majority will also revamp their travel policies to reflect increased duty of care considerations post COVID-19.
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