Spillovers are the effects that some seemingly unrelated events in one company may have on the finances of another company. Spillovers may be restricted to small scale or may be felt at a much larger scale. Spillovers often happen across national borders, making the correlation between the cause and he effect a lot less obvious than it usually would be.
Spillovers are not always necessarily a bad occurrence, sometimes, there are positive spillovers. however, in the case of a positive spillover, it is quite uncommon to investigate the source. Spillovers are an indirect effect of unrelated occurrences in a general context.
A spillover effect is much more obvious if it is a negative one, however, it may yet remain difficult to detect. The very nature of spillovers dictates that the source of the negative effects is seemingly unrelated to the effects, hence it requires the expertise of a professionals from a company like Heptagon group to detect and recommend the proper course of action.