Tag Archives: transportation

Communicating Risk: “Safety Dance” Makes People Watch

Virgin America Safety Dance

We’ve all been there. The aisles of the plane are busy as you try to get to your seat while carrying your bag, your phone, your boarding card and all manner of other stuff. With so much going on, to … Continue reading →

North American Insurance Buyers Facing Improved Market Conditions

Marketplace Realities: 2014

Property insurance rates are coming down, and the upward rate pressure on many other lines of business is easing. This is the word from Willis North America’s Marketplace Realities, the longstanding semiannual publication predicting price movement and key trends for … Continue reading →

Monaco Yacht Show Set to Showcase an Industry Defying Economic Woes

Superyacht, Monaco Yacht Show

The Monaco Yacht Show is the most prestigious yachting event of the year. With over 500 exhibitors comprising of ship-builders and designers, equipment suppliers, brokers and service providers all using the event to display their latest technologies and network, the Monaco Yacht Show is widely regarded as the calendar event for anyone in the Superyacht industry. Continue reading →

Our Scariest Aerospace Risk – Variety of Risks

Scariest Risks

The vast majority of people have an inherent fear of the unknown and the first time of dealing with a situation. The aviation industry has had to deal with host of unknowns and first-time incidents from 9/11: out of control … Continue reading →

The “Dream” of Air Travel

Boeing 787

The delivery of the first Boeing 787 to All Nippon Airways makes this week a good time to reflect on how the aviation industry has and continues to develop. Continue reading →