Aon is in the business of better decisions.
Every day, big decisions are made without the full information. Aon helps clients navigate new forms of volatility, build a resilient workforce, rethink access to capital and address the underserved to give them clarity and confidence to make better decisions, no matter how volatile the circumstances. Using Aon’s advanced analytical capabilities and distinctive client insights, clients can make more strategic decisions to shape workplaces, businesses, and communities.
Our world is unpredictable — with threats of market dynamics shifting, intangible assets risk, climate change and the unknown — exposing organizations to risk that impacts colleagues, customers, reputation and the bottom line. Aon is best placed to help clients navigate new forms of volatility by providing advanced analytics that help clients cope with the unexpected, protect their assets and enable them to continue growing their organizations.
The world of work has changed dramatically since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ve seen shifts of where, how and when work gets done, which creates new workplace dynamics. Aon gives clarity and confidence to make work, work for everyone. A recent Aon Global HR Pulse survey found that 92 percent of companies say they have made talent attraction and retention a top priority. Employers are focusing on building a resilient workforce to ensure companies thrive, even when challenges present themselves.
Capital is critical to sustainable growth, regardless of the industry. Aon helps clients rethink access to capital and the role it plays in an organization. Investing in new sources of intangible assets, such as intellectual property, enables these businesses to innovate and grow. Intellectual property can unlock value for growth companies as they develop technologies that have an impact on our world, and valuing that intellectual property can provide a new way for businesses to access new capital.
The rapidly changing world is evolving the needs of organizations and the communities in which they operate. Aon helps shape decisions for the benefit of all allowing the interconnected economy to connect where it matters most. Aon research found that of the $343 billion global economic losses from natural catastrophes in 2021, only 38 percent were covered by insurance. Over the past 10 years, damage from natural disasters has averaged more than $160 billion a year. Understanding how to address the protection gap will help markets that are underserved by the global economy recover and thrive.
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