In order for your business to remain competitive and successful, you must stay on top of the fact that the environment you operate your business in is constantly shifting.
Dangers to your company can manifest themselves in a variety of ways, including political unrest, economic downturns, natural disasters, technological disruptions, and regulatory and taxation changes.
The questions you should be asking yourself before entering into any new business venture in another market – whether that’s a merger & acquisition or expansion – are
“how easy will it be for me to run a successful business there?” and “what additional risks will I be confronted with that are not identified by legal and financial due diligence?”
How regulated is the industry sector you are considering? What is the labor supply like? Are more taxes going to hit my industry? In short, how easy will it be for you to create your product or service and get it into the hands of your potential customers?
Changes in government regulations, civil unrest, and terrorism are all examples of what can happen if you don’t perform a proper risk assessment before entering new business environments. Your supply chains can be disrupted, key markets can be difficult to access, and your costs and uncertainty can rise as a result of political instability or economic downturns.
Are there any changes to interest rates, currency fluctuations, recessions, or inflation on the horizon? Will emerging technologies and innovations render your manufacturing process or goods and services obsolete?
If you want to succeed in today’s fast-paced, globalized economy you must be made regularly aware of and manage these risks.
Infortal can help you create the right plans to diversify your operations and supply chains, implement risk management strategies, and stay up to date on the most recent industry trends to reduce your business environment risks.
Our due diligence investigations help you understand fraud, bribery and corruption issues so your organization can avoid unnecessary risk exposures.
Protecting your corporation’s Board of Directors, shareholders and employees are part of key risk mitigation strategy.
Infortal has screened workforces for Fortune 100 companies, banks, law firms for 30 years including nationwide and international hires.