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FCM Ireland Moves and Gears Up for Growth

FCM Ireland Moves and Gears Up for Growth

FCM Travel Solutions Ireland will move to larger offices during the summer.  The new premises at FCM House, formerly Corrigan House, is centrally located on Fenian Street, Dublin 2.

Valerie Metcalf

Valerie Metcalfe, Managing Director, FCM Ireland

Valerie Metcalfe, Managing Director, FCM Ireland, told Irish Travel Trade News: “FCM Travel Solutions continues to grow and retain its place as an award-winning Travel Management Company and member of the elite list of Best Workplaces in Ireland. We are very excited about the relocation that will enable us to grow our business and our staff base in line with our strategic business plan for the future.

“This expansion, which will see our turnover doubling in the next 10 years while creating 30 new jobs, will ensure that FCM continues to deploy innovative travel management solutions and technologies together with the service excellence for which we are renowned.”

FCM has a strong presence in the region and now spans 33 countries across Europe, with its global network operating in more than 90 countries. “It is expected for business growth to come from both national and multinational business,” Valerie added.

In March, FCM Travel Solutions was officially recognised as one of Ireland’s Best Workplaces 2016 in the Great Place to Work Awards. Fenian Street is an up-and-coming area of Dublin’s central business district. Last month Twitter chose to relocate its European headquarters to Cumberland House just across the road from FCM House.

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, editor and proofreader for 53 years, and ITTN's News & Features Editor for 43 years. His travel blog is at www.thetravelbuddhist.com.

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