|Security Issues Threatening U.S. Companies Working in Mexico -- Agricultural Services, Biotechnology, Business Eq. (Non-Computer), Construction Eq., Computers/Peripherals, Drugs/Pharmaceuticals, Environmental Technologies, General Industrial Eq./Supplies, Plastics Materials/Resins, Security/Safety Eq.|
For U.S. companies doing business in Mexico, physical and personal security should be a major priority. General street crime and criminal groups specifically targeting foreign companies have drastically increased over recent years and these threats should be addressed in every company's business plan. Companies who are currently operating in Mexico should assess their operations including facilities, logistics and the security of their employees. Those companies considering start-up operations in Mexico should have a security risk assessment as part of their consideration when identifying a venue. Companies can significantly decrease security threats against their operations and employees by taking the time to identify risks and proactively addressing them.
The program will feature leading security experts who will discuss current and future security threats of which businesses and travelers should be aware of. Attendees will learn more about how the U.S. Embassy, FBI, State Department, U.S. Department of Commerce and State of Missouri can assist you with both proactive and reactive approaches to your company and employee needs. In addition, a major global U.S. company will provide a case study on addressing risks in Mexico. Allied Intelligence, along with other private sector service companies, will offering advice based on years of experience supporting companies.
This seminar is a must for business leaders, human resource professionals, security directors and other members of the business community responsible for the safety and security of their operations and employees in Mexico.
|Margaret Gottlieb, St. Louis|
International Trade Specialist
|Cheryl Marty, Allied Intelligence|