While there are many types of executive protection, perhaps one of the most helpful for many corporate executives is international protection. Hiring international protection ensures your safety while you conduct business abroad. In today’s world, corporate executives are at a higher risk of violence, kidnapping, and extortion than most travelers. In 2009, 67% of international kidnapping cases saw ransoms of $2 million being paid. This is a large amount of money for any corporation, and trying to avoid these circumstances can seem like a daunting task. Protecting you and your company from these situations, however, is easier than you may think. Hiring executive protection is the first step to defend your company against these situations.
Not only will hiring executive protection for your international travels protect you and your company, it will also give you peace of mind and enable you to conduct your business without worry. You will be able to focus solely on your job without having to worry about your safety. When traveling overseas, you will want to be assured of your safety at all times. Hiring international protection for you during your business travels will ensure your safety and allow you to focus on your important meetings.
Hiring international protective services can be as important for your company as running background checks as part of pre-employment screening. It is imperative for you to be sure of your new employees. It is also vital that you, as the corporate executive, are protected when traveling to conduct business.
The private investigators at Graves Investigations in Greensboro, NC provide international protection services to help corporate executives protect themselves and their employees while traveling to conduct business. Call us at 1-877-638-8254 for a free consultation. Click here to fill out our on-line form. We serve the Greensboro, High Point, Winston Salem area as well as the Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill area of NC. We’re also expanding to some areas of South Carolina, including Charleston, Greenville, and Columbia.