|October 31, 2012|
FCm Wins Major Business Travel Award For Asia
|For the second consecutive year FCm Travel Solutions has been named Asia's Leading Travel|
Management Company (TMC) as part of the World Travel Awards 2012.
FCm accepted the prestigious accolade at a World Travel Awards Ceremony held 18 October at
the InterContinental Singapore.
During the awards ceremony, FCm was also named Australasia's Leading Travel Management
FCm currently holds the mantle of 'World's Leading Travel Management Company' and earlier
this year was also confirmed by the 2012 World Travel Awards program as the Leading Travel
Management Company for Europe, the Middle East, North America, South America and Central
America. This year FCm also took out the award for Africa's Leading Corporate Travel
FCm's Managing Director for Greater China David Fraser said the latest round of awards for the
company's operations in Asia and Australasia capped off a superb year of achievements.
"FCm has had an outstanding year in the World Travel Awards program this year and we're
delighted to see the success extended to the Asia Pacific region also," David said.
"The latest award for Asia reiterates the strength of our brand and business throughout the
region and acknowledges our success during the past 12 months. Ongoing development of our
services and capabilities in Asia has ensured FCm is top of mind for companies looking for
expert corporate travel management service that drives savings."
FCm's General Manager for Greater China Ruby Li said FCm's extensive network of local
offices throughout Asia was critical to FCm's success in the region's corporate travel market.
"FCm's business in Asia provides clients with a comprehensive network of experienced travel
and account management teams that offer on-the-ground services, local market knowledge and
industry expertise," Ruby said.
"Our success in this region is a direct result of being able to offer clients service consistency and
in-depth knowledge of the travel market to ensure savings at every stage of the booking, buying
and expense management process."