International SOS have launched a new research survey to identify how travel risks changed in 2017 and importantly, how are organisations responding?
International SOS and Ipsos would like to hear your views, which will then be used to feed into ISOS’s annual Risk Outlook webinar scheduled for 30-Nov-2017.
To complete the short survey click here.
In Oct-2016, Ipsos MORI conducted this survey targeted to those who organise, influence, or are responsible for, their organisation’s travel and risk mitigation policies. The following results were identified:
You can request your free copy of the research in your response. https://ipsos.uk/ISOS
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