Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 29, 2014
The Smart Cube, a global professional services firm specializing in custom research and analytics, today announced the release of a comprehensive research and analysis study on the impact of natural disasters due to climate change on the global economy. The study also examines specific markets and industries impacted, those most and least vulnerable and those most prepared for future losses. Also, the study offers solutions to help markets and organizations mitigate future losses. The Smart Cube has conducted over 900 risk management and analysis projects for major global organizations since 2009.
This research also cites real world case studies in which companies effectively deal with natural disasters – notably Western Digital, Starbucks, Wal-Mart and Noble Energy.
Highlights from the study are below and to view this research and analysis study, click here:
This research and analysis outlines the industries most affected and cites real world examples of companies successfully dealing with disasters around the world, including:
Wal-Mart and Noble Energy’s business continuity plans helped them curb the impact of natural disasters on operations and, consequently, revenues. Case studies outline Wal-Mart’s response to Hurricane Sandy in 2012 and Noble Energy’s management of the Colorado Flooding in 2013.
Solutions to Mitigate Future Losses
The Smart Cube’s climate change research also outlines solutions governments and businesses should adopt to help mitigate losses and adapt to changing climates and natural disasters.
In addition, The Smart Cube offers a checklist that senior executives and decision makers can follow when natural disasters threaten their organizations and supply chains.
To view a complimentary copy of this research, click here.
About The Smart Cube
The Smart Cube is a global professional services firm that specializes in delivering custom research and analytics services to corporations, financial services and management consulting firms globally. The firm helps organizations make critical decisions across four key business areas: Procurement and Supply Chain; Strategy and Marketing; Financial Services; and Analytics. Founded in 2003, The Smart Cube has conducted more than 19,000 studies through its global network of analysts. The firm is headquartered in London and has professionals throughout Asia Pacific, the United States, Europe, and Latin America. Follow The Smart Cube on LinkedIn at http://www.linkedin.com/company/the-smart-cube. For more information, please visit thesmartcube.com.