Travel with Personal Security: Seven Corners Crisis Management Services

May 03, 2016

For the same reasons we developed a kidnap and random product, we also understand the real and present danger some may face in seemingly once tranquil locations around the world. Our new personal security product, Crisis Management, is rolling May 4. It provides protection services to people in times of crisis. 

This product provides personal security coverage for people while traveling outside their home country. People using this product can secure benefits from one (1) week up to one (1) year. Coverage includes up to $250,000 for crisis response teams fulfilled by Security Exchange, and $50,000 of coverage for extra expenses, which could include incurred expenses from a crisis event.  

Some key benefits include:  

  • Reimbursement of emergency evacuation costs.  

  • Interpreter fees and expenses.  

  • Deployment of security detail.  

  • Crisis team services.  

This product will provide services for kidnappings, natural disasters, terror attacks, civil unrest, and more.  

While the market for Captum and Crisis Management is similar to our other products, the differentiating factor is a person’s tolerance to risk. Those purchasing Crisis Management services will be more concerned with the security ricks of traveling abroad, rather then the health or travel costs. Some potential markets include: 

  • Missionaries traveling to less savory location on the planet.  

  • Groups traveling for aid work in second and third-world nations. 

  • Small businesses that see the value of having the coverage as a stand-alone product or as liability coverage.   

Specifically, student groups, missionary organizations have expressed interest in Crisis Management because it is affordable and rounds out the coverage students and missionaries are using. 

Learn more about Seven Corners Crisis Management today >>

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