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Friday, February 27, 2015

3rd Annual Tackling Kidnapping Conference in Miami on March 4th - 5th

Come join the 3rd Annual Tackling Kidnapping Conference in Miami on March 4th - 5th! The conference will address all issues connected to the challenges of kidnapping including innovative ways to prepare and protect your employees and risk management options to manage your company’s exposure. In order to foster learning,debate, and networking, the event will host plenary discussions, panel debates and breakout roundtable sessions  To find out more details on the event, please check out the brochure below. 
International Insurance for NGOs
There is still time to register and as a guest of Clements you can receive a 15% discount using the code SPEAKER 


Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Stimulus Planned to Encourage Growth in the South Korean Economic System

Developing markets are ideal locations for international businesses, and South Korea is no different. This Asian nation has witnessed modest economic expansion and other positive fiscal trends over the past year, and a new stimulus package announced by its government could provide a boost to the South Korean economic system.
At the end of July 2014 South Korea outlined a $40 billion plan designed to bolster the country's economy, according toThe Wall Street Journal
To learn more about how the government is bolstering South Korea's economy, read the full article. 

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Friday, February 20, 2015

Clements Worldwide Partners with Starr China to Provide International Insurance Solutions in China

Clements Worldwide, a global provider of international insurance products and reinsurance capabilities, today announced the launch of a partnership with Starr China to deliver insurance coverage to expatriates and international organizations in China.

Starr China, a premier China-based insurer, is joining forces with Clements to target the international individual and group segment in this growing insurance market. Starr China, under license by Clements Worldwide, will introduce Clements Scholars®, a group health program for expatriate educators and school staff, to serve the international school community in China. 

To find out more Clements Scholars or this exclusive partnership, read the full press release

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Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Consider These Cultural Business Differences in China

China is the most populous nation in the world and its economy is currently in the midst of a boom. It’s a hotbed of economic activity and business growth, with ample opportunities for international organizations. However the unique etiquette and business customs in China can be complicated, tripping up some ventures.

For example, when exchanging business cards, it is customary to present with two hands and accept with a bow. Then, the card is to be read as a sign of respect. 

Want to learn more tips about doing business in China? Find out how to study the market and form strong business relationships by reading the full article on understanding cultural business differences in China.  

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Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Tips for Doing Business in Mexico

Doing business in foreign countries is an exciting prospect, full of opportunities and chances to grow. Take Mexico, for example. This North American country boasts a wealth of opportunities for commercial ventures and employment openings, not to mention a large consumer base for businesses. If you are traveling to Mexico for business, be aware of business etiquette. For example, if you are invited into a home for a meeting try to bring a gift. Something small, such as flowers, work well, but make sure your choice isn't offensive in any way. To find out more tips for doing business in Mexico, read the full article. 

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Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Economic Environment in China Poised for Growth

With a burgeoning financial sector and widespread fiscal advancement over the past several years, China has become one of the premier developing nations today. 
In fact, China could soon be the perfect destination for many global organizations looking to take advantage of new possibilities. 
According to Gulf News, by 2030 China is expected to surpass both the U.K. and Japan as the second largest equity market in the world. China's capitalization is estimated to hit $54 trillion, compared to the United States, which has the largest equity market in the world at $98 trillion. To learn more, read the full article on China's growing economy 

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