The cat and mouse game between the steps taken to protect product and raw material as it travels through the supply chain continues in parallel with the actions taken by those who wish to compromise these measures. Supply chain security is an important issue that will be discussed in this post. The various risks inherent […]

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

If you run a business that operates only in the US you may be less likely to be affected by an international emergency than one which has connections with other countries. Continue reading

When you operate any sort of manufacturing business your supply chain is absolutely critical. It is all about the components that go into your product. Continue reading

Every company that conducts any of its business outside the US is at risk from problems that occur in the countries where it operates. Continue reading

May 31, 2018 – New York, NY. IMG GlobalSecur, a leading international corporate security consulting firm at, 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

April 3, 2018 – New York, NY. IMG GlobalSecur, a leading international corporate security consulting firm, is proud to announce an informative new post to their blog on the topic of risk management consulting for corporation and businesses. 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

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