International SOS has partnered with market leading research firm Ipsos and global mobility specialists KPMG to conduct a comprehensive analysis of the cost-effectiveness of preventive measures for business travellers and international assignees.
This research shows how organisations who take measures to mitigate the health and security risks associated with business travel and international assignment are not only meeting their moral and legal obligations; they are also more likely to experience both direct and indirect cost-benefits. Meaning that the benefits of a travel risk prevention strategy far outweigh the operating costs.
To mark the launch of our new research findings, we will be hosting a webinar where our expert panellists will discuss these findings. From regional conflicts to health threats, these challenges can jeopardise projects and international assignments. The safety of international business travel is now more critical than ever.
Register below to secure your spot and have early access to the report.