Paris; Brussels; Munich and more…. Disturbing events in business travel locations that have long-been considered benign are on the rise. But how can businesses act quickly to find and help their people in a crisis, wherever they are in the world? What if employees are in the vicinity of a terror incident – or in a country whose government looks set to be overthrown? What if there has been a natural disaster and one of them is injured?
Experts from global assistance and security providers CEGA and Solace Global will have the answers at this year’s Business Travel Show.
They will explain how the integrated medical and security assistance service, INtrinsic, can help businesses to reduce employees’ risks overseas, to source integrated medical and security information from a single platform and to access one-stop emergency assistance via one point of contact. They will also introduce the latest phase of INtrinsic’s state-of-the art employee travel tracking technology.
“INtrinsic’s unified medical and security assistance can negate the unnecessary delays and costs often associated with disjointed supply chains; giving employers and employees peace of mind, wherever they are in the world,“ says Chris Knight, Head of Corporate Services at CEGA.
“Its development has been guided by security and crisis management experts and our clients’ own risk management needs, providing a service that links seamlessly with existing travel risk management programmes,” adds Chris. “We look forward to sharing case studies and client insights to show just how well it helps protect employees travelling abroad.”
Find out more from CEGA and Solace Global at the Business Travel Show, Stand B251. You can also join a live discussion on INtrinsic at the show: 10am, Wednesday February 22nd.