JKJ & H INTERNATIONAL SAVES COMPANIES FROM FINANCIAL LOSSES BY ADDRESSING POSSIBLE UNANTICIPATED EXPOSURES
Bridging the Cultural Divide, JKJ-H International Brings Risk Management to German Companies Entering the US
Newtown, PA, March 16, 2017– Nearly a decade ago, Johnson Kendall Johnson, Inc. (JKJ) began an initiative to provide risk management services to German companies entering the U.S. market. Today, that business (now JKJ & H International) has blossomed to nearly 100 German-based clients with facilities across the United States resulting in millions of potential lost dollars saved.
“We are not merely experts in risk management, but we are acutely aware of the cultural differences between German companies and American companies and our expertise lies in knowing the difference in the laws of the two countries,” said John Wright, President, JKJ & H International. “Often, when companies cross borders they don’t even know what questions to ask until it’s too late. We tell them what to ask.”
From cyber security risk management to product liability to human resource lawsuits JKJ effectively assesses and manages each of its clients’ potential risks.
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About JKJ & H International
JKJ & H International is a joint venture that was founded in 2008 together with its German partner Dr. Friedrich E. Hörtkorn GmbH in Newtown, Pennsylvania to provide risk management services and advice to companies doing business both in Germany and the United States. We focus on four primary areas in our interactions with German-American businesses, which are: Coordination, Communication, Culture and Compliance solutions. Our employees are German and American nationals who provide advice on the most effectively tailored and seamlessly coordinated global insurance solutions.
We apply our expertise to help our clients bridge the cultural gaps due to their unique individual backgrounds and an understanding of both countries’ market environments.