Building on positivity in the economy.

We have all see the positive numbers coming out from the government and ONS over the last few months but is this activity translating into a more buoyant security and fire sector and from my viewpoint into more recruitment activity? In short the answer is yes! Even in the depths of the session it was not

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Bank Holidays, Security Events and Man Flu!

I had intended that this blog be published on a more regular basis than it has so far.  However since the last post we’ve had two Bank Holidays, two exhibitions and numerous other security events.  This is without mentioning that I have been suffering with a particularly severe bout of man flu, which I think

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Goodbye The Hague, Frankfurt here we come!

This week I joined 700, yes 700, fellow security professionals at the ASIS International European conference in The Hague.  This was a fantastic event and a great achievement by the Benelux chapter and the ASIS office in Brussels: the previous record was 500 set in 2012 at the London conference. I don’t mean this blog

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Security Conferences – Good, Bad or Indifferent

I go to a lot of security conferences and events.  Some through my volunteer activities as Vice Chairman of ASIS international in the UK and as a Director of The Security Institute and some through my ‘day job’ in recruitment. I actually organise quite a few conferences for client companies and other organisations such as

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