The “meetings revolution” show no signs of slowing down. One might think that now we have the internet, Skype, Zoom, GoToMeeting, and more, there would be less need for people to have physical meetings, yet the opposite is happening. Continue reading

Businesses in the 21st century face all sorts of risks. Even if you run a mom and pop store you have risks: your main supplier could go bust which would give you a problem. Continue reading

As the Internet has grown we have become used to using services such as Skype, Zoom, and Gotomeeting for international calls and video conferencing. Continue reading

May 31, 2018 – New York, NY. IMG GlobalSecur, a leading international corporate security consulting firm at http://www.theimg.com/, is proud to announce a short but important post to their blog on “exceeding expectations” when it comes to travel security for V.I.P.’s, otherwise known as “very important persons.” Continue reading

Trade shows and conferences are big business in the United States and around the world. A convention can be a great way to forge new relationships with international peers. Continue reading

You may have heard the saying, “Lies, bloody lies, and statistics.” This is certainly true when it comes to overseas travel security. As experts in overseas travel security consulting, we get a lot of questions from clients and journalists as to what the “facts” are about travel security. Continue reading

Few executives enjoy sitting in coach for international travel. A long flight from Dallas to Frankfurt, for example, can be quite a burden for the business traveler. Sitting tightly next to another passenger for eleven hours may not put a VIP in their best mood before an important meeting with German associates. Continue reading

In order to grow any business, it includes acquiring resources and managing control over those resources. Two of the most valuable tools to maintaining control in business is properly managing people and data. Continue reading

US corporations are eager to get a slice of business in Cuba. Since former President Obama opened up relations with Cuba, starting with the restoration of diplomatic relations in 2015, trade between the USA and Cuba has been of increasing interest to US corporations. That means some amount of preliminary travel to and from the Communist nation. In addition, tourism has opened up as well, allowing US citizens to visit Cuba more easily. Continue reading

Situated in West Africa on the Atlantic Ocean, Sierra Leone is known for its white-sand beaches and is rich in history.  It covers approximately 74,714 km and has an estimated population of nearly 6 million. Rich in mineral resources, the country is a popular destination with corporate and business travelers. As such, we have been called – on occasion – to provide international business travel consulting services. Here is an incident report and travel recommendations on Sierra Leone. Continue reading