Brazil in the Headlines: How Travelers Can Stay Safe

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As Brazil gears up for the World Cup in 2014 and Olympics in 2016, many organizations are asking if the country will be ready for the influx of travelers. They are also taking a close look at the risks and benefits of sending travelers to these events. Read full blog post »

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Brazil on the World Stage – Risks and Realities

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Brazil has taken the world stage when it comes to locations where organizations are expanding operations. With fast-growing mining and energy opportunities, Brazil is an attractive location for multi-national companies. The upcoming sporting events position this South American nation squarely in the spotlight. During this webinar, experts discussed health and security concerns for organizations doing business in Brazil. Read full blog post »

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Questions and Answers: Security Concerns in India

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When it comes to medical and security issues in India, the lines often overlap. Last week Dr. Vineet Datta, Medical Director, India, International SOS, discussed medical follow-up questions from our “Spotlight on India | Navigating the Barriers,” the second in a four-part webinar series on the BRIC countries. Here are a few questions from attendees with my answers. Read full blog post »

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Study Identifies that Business Travelers Face Health and Security Incidents Regularly: Risk Management Plans Critical to Limit and Protect

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Have you ever gotten sick or injured while on a business trip and struggled to find a health care provider in a foreign city? REGISTER HERE for a complimentary webinar, “Global Medical Risks 2012: Looking Ahead.” Read full blog post »

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