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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Economic Uncertainty and Risk: Considerations for Managing Global Expansion and Talent

Establishing an international presence is a critical success factor for companies competing on a global scale. In the midst of unprecedented volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity (VUCA), decision makers are under pressure to make the best decisions possible in the least amount of time, even when it comes to major investments. Yet in order to avoid catastrophic losses, it is prudent for business leaders to measure twice, cut once.

 You are invited to join panelist from Adaptive Leadership Strategies, Tempus, Inc. and Clements Worldwide Wednesday, March 8th, to discuss the important details that every business leader should consider when preparing to step onto the global stage.

 This panel will provide information to support informed decisions to help business leaders approach global business decisions as strategic investments for:

  • Financial and Cash Flow Management – including Foreign Currency Risk 
  • Insurance and Risk Management 
  • Talent and Expatriate Management 

The session will conclude with remarks on global elections and their impact on world markets from Dr. John Min, Economist with Tempus, Inc.

Refreshments will be served

Event Details:
March 8, 2017 - 10AM- 12:30PM
One Franklin Square
1301 K Street N.W.
Penthouse East Tower
Washington, D.C. 20005

Please register here

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Global Health Insider Interviews Clements President, Chris Beck

Clements President Chris beck has been featured in an interview with Global Health Insider (powered by the team at, a business news network focused on the international health industry.  Mr. Beck answers questions on Clements' new emergency evacuation coverage and other goings on at Clements in 2017.
Read the full interview here

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Risk Management for International Schools: Protecting Students & Staff

The number of schools catering to foreign students is growing substantially, yet these international schools face more risks than ever before.  

Learn more about the risks facing international schools from political violence to employee misconduct and how you can protect your students, employees, and school viability: Risk Management for International Schools: Protecting Students & Staff.

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Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Participate in the Next Clements Worldwide Risk Index

The just released Clements Worldwide Risk Index Summer/ Fall 2016 Edition, which surveyed over 400 organizations operating in every region found that the highest sources of loss for international companies were business interruption, property damage and general liability.  Will you participate in the next survey so that organizations like you can compare greatest risks with peers to hopefully better protect staff and assets abroad?  

The survey only takes ten minutes and can be completed here: for your participation.  If you would like to access the results of the Summer/ Fall 2016 edition or listen to a webinar for NGOs regarding the results visit

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Why are Political Violence Policies Critical for 2017?

Clements Smita Bhargava explains the variety of political violence events that your company can experience globally and how a Political Violence Policy can protect your organizational viability. 

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Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Successful Assignments – Plan Early, Manage Expectations

Global assignments provide a means for managing strategic business risks and exploiting business opportunities. For employees, global assignments provide a unique opportunity for career advancement and to expand cultural awareness. But often both the employee and company are disappointed with the results.  What can employees do to position themselves for success?

One important aspect of succeeding abroad is acclimating to the local culture.  Find out how to move from tourist to business star in this story from partner Adaptive Leadership Strategies : Successful Assignments - Plan Early, Manage Expectations.

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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Ethiopia Situation Report - October 2016: An African Leader Sliding Into Chaos

Earlier in October, Ethiopia's Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn made a surprising move and declared a six-month long, nationwide state of emergency. This followed a period of widespread violence resulting from ethic tensions, including at least 500 people being killed in protests since last year in Oromia, the region that surrounds the capital of Addis Ababa. 

Will this state of emergency help stabilize the economy or make matters worse?  Read about developments leading to this controversial move in the latest Clements Worldwide Situation Report: Ethiopia - October 2016.

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