We’re not a business that accepts the status quo. We encourage an ideas culture at Delta and are keen to innovate and look for better way to do things. We ask questions and listen carefully to what our clients have to say. With our depth and breadth of knowledge and expertise, we believe we can assist by offering perspectives that add value to our clients’ business.
Healthcare providers need to consider patient risks and operational risks in an increasingly strained industry. Here we lay out the risk landscape they face and offer some strategies on how to deal with it.
Most enterprises today are powered by proprietary knowledge, brands, customer data, supplier relationships, designs and innovation. This report outlines this new world of the 'creation of mind', highlights the trends with IP disputes and spells out how to protect your competitive advantage.
Food manufacturing represents 71% of our manufactured goods exports. Unfortunately, our food recalls have increased significantly in the last three years and if this trend continues, there is potential to jeopardise our international reputation for safe, high-quality food.
Our technology sector stands as one of the most vibrant and promising components of the New Zealand economy. In addition to creating value and thousands of jobs, the local technology sector epitomises Kiwi ingenuity and entrepreneurial flair.
With a growing digital footprint, the risk of a business incurring a cyber incident is now a question of when. As the digital world evolves, New Zealand businesses must continue developing cybersecurity measures to match the developments in digital technology.
The emergence of UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) has seen a rise in innovation and creativity in their use for commercial purposes. This report aims to provide insights into the commercial UAV landscape, highlight the risks involved and consider the risk management techniques available to commercial UAV operators.
The growing regulatory focus on pollution and contamination incidents in New Zealand means that businesses are increasingly vulnerable to the potentially high financial cost of such events. Various combinations of traditional liability policies, albeit each coming with their own exclusions, only serve to paper over the cracks of your environmental liability.