|By Marketwired .||
|August 7, 2014 05:00 AM EDT||
SINGAPORE -- (Marketwired) -- 08/07/14 -- More and more businesses operate on an international basis with parts or all of the production being outsourced abroad or deliveries and distribution channels spreading into countries around the world. While having the opportunity to utilize different countries to contribute all to the same business offers great advantages and selling products and services on an international scale is highly profitable, it becomes increasingly difficult for companies to keep an overview of the associated environmental risks that are involved. These are risks that from a standpoint of sustainability and social responsibility request the adherence to certain standards in order to operate as risk-free and environmentally friendly as possible. On top of that, different countries have different rules and regulations in place and it can be hard for companies to guarantee that all those requirements are met, especially when expanding to different countries.
In order to avoid any problems before they occur, it makes sense to evaluate all potentials risks and dangers and come up with a solid business plan, a task that is best handled by a third party advisory company that is familiar with the appropriate procedures. A leading advisory company that offers reliable assistance is Selacorp. Selacorp assesses social and environmental risks and manages them with a proven approach that has been tried and tested for many years. David Selakovic, Managing Director and Founder, and his risk assessment team obtain information from their specialists who are held accountable for their decisions and judgments. Based on that information sector-specific guidelines and strategies are developed which provide the necessary framework for evaluating all relevant considerations that are involved in transactions or deals.
While adhering to all laws and regulations as well as setting up an economically profitable strategy is certainly a priority, David Selakovic has given himself and his company a mission that goes beyond that: For Selakovic minimizing environmental risks is not just a matter of fulfilling rules and standards, he regards protecting the environment a mutual responsibility of all companies and individuals. Consequently he is always on the lookout for new methods and technologies that support this goal and makes an effort to educate clients about emerging innovations that can reduce social and environmental impact. And the consulting team ensures that all strategies that are in line with Selacorp's goal to reduce the overall impact on the environment.
David Selakovic is a renowned business manager and highly experienced investor who has built an international reputation as an efficient and knowledgeable corporate advisor. Throughout his career, Selakovic has established numerous successful businesses, created top-notch teams and developed innovative business strategies that have helped clients to maximize their productivity while keeping their social and environmental responsibilities in mind. Selakovic was born in Slovenia, has worked and lived in countries all over the world and currently lives with his wife, Leah Selakovic, in Singapore. From there he splits his time between fulfilling his duties as a manager and contributing to a number of local and international charities, always following his favorite quotes by Abraham Lincoln: "Ability may get you to the top, but it's character that will keep you there."
David Selakovic Personal Blog: http://www.davidselakovic.com
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