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How Cisco is enabling its business and “work from home” in light of COVID-19
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We are living in uncertain times with the recent threat of a global pandemic in our midst. Every business is struggling with how to keep their businesses running while keeping their employees and customers safe. Companies are putting in drastic measures such as canceling events, eliminating business travel and in-person meetings, and having employees work from home. Cisco is actively dealing with these topics, and I wanted to share some of the practices we are putting into place to address business continuity in the short and long term.

How EHS + Due Diligence Can Power Up Your Acquisition and Integration Strategy

Lessons from The Food & Beverage Industry
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The food and beverage industry is increasingly taking an integrated approach to mergers and acquisitions that incorporates environmental, health, safety and security. How would such an approach help other industries?

From safeguarding your risk to protecting your brand, Antea Group brings you the benefits of factoring in EHS and due diligence in your transactions.

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Why EHS Needs a Seat at the Mergers & Acquisitions Table

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Transactions are exploding as growing organizations look to buy rather than build new offerings or capabilities from the ground up. In 2017, companies announced more than 50,600 transactions with a total value of $3.5 trillion, and the M&A momentum shows no signs of slowing down.

Must-Attend Event: U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's Resilience Forum 2017

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Register today for Promoting Resilience and Cross-Sector Collaboration for a Sustainable Future, June 26 in Washington, D.C. Reserve your spot today to learn from top business and disaster preparedness response experts. Register here!

Operational Reliability in Action: Hurricane Sandy

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When Hurricane Sandy struck the East Coast of the United States in October 2012, many of the region’s basic systems, from electric grids to public transportation, struggled to recover. Yet our company’s operations continued almost seamlessly, despite damage near three of our main buildings (including our headquarters) that prevented many employees from coming to the office for two weeks.

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