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The New Duty of Care Part 2 | Return on Prevention


We are living in an era of increased global connectivity, with more and more companies deploying teams to various parts of the world. Yet as the global village is getting smaller, the risks are getting bigger and more costly. According to new research, KPMG estimates the cost of a failed international assignment can range from USD $850,000 to $1.25 million.

International SOS has partnered with leading market research firm Ipsos and mobility specialist KPMG to conduct a comprehensive analysis of the cost-effectiveness of preventative measures for business travellers and assignees.

To mark the launch of this report we are hosting a webinar where our expert panellists will discuss the pay off and building a business case for investing in prevention.

Your speakers for this webinar:

  • Dr. Myles Druckman - SVP & Global Medical Director, International SOS
  • James Robertson - Regional Security Director ANZ, International SOS

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