By Justin Tysdal, Chief Executive Officer, Seven Corners
With the rise of technology that allows for instant international communication, companies both large and small have the opportunity to strengthen their business by creating a presence in the global marketplace. While some can simply offer online services from afar, other business partnerships and international expansions involve securing distributors or facilities overseas with face-to-face meetings. These global business opportunities often require employees to work and travel abroad. In 2015, employees traveled for business an average of four times for 17 days at a time, but what risks are they facing to do their job?
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