It’s going to be a busy few months for Avantguard with a number of exhibitions in the pipeline. We always look forward to meeting people and forging new relationships so we hope we might see you at the following:-
Avantguard will be based on Stand 10. We will be demonstrating our iGuard Intruder Detection Solution, providing information about our manned guarding services and with the help of GuardTools® we will have our ever popular 'Barcode Bonaza'.
Tony and Kate will be visiting IFSEC (the National Security Exhibition) over two days to tour the stands and seek out new technology to support our business. As well as this, Kate will be spending some time working on the Blue Mobile Systems exhibition stand, offering potential UK clients a valuable insight into the world of GuardTools® and how it can benefit security companies and their clients.
Avantguard will be exhibiting at Let's Do Business, Brighton and we can be found on stand 102 in the Premier Hall. We chose this spot because it's right opposite the café so when you grab a coffee, why not let us show you our fabulous iGuard Intruder Detection Solution (some of the results are quite entertaining).
We recently received visitors Kim and Henrik from Danish security provider HH Vagt. The visit was a great success with both parties exchanging and receiving valuable information about the companies' differing approaches to security provision.
We look forward to many more such visits in the future.
Read our press release for more information.
Avantguard have started their very own YouTube channel and the first video we have uploaded is some genuine footage of intruders on a building site, caught with our iGuard system.
We will keep adding to this channel with all kinds of videos giving security tips, showing you how we work and probably some funnies mixed in to lighten the mood.
On 5th October 2012 we will be receiving two visitors from Copenhagen's leading Security Company HH Vagt. We met this company back in May 2012 at the IFSEC exhibition in Birmingham and we have continued communications ever since.
HH Vagt are fellow users of the GuardTools® workflow management system which our security officers use to support their everyday workload and for recording security incidents and risk management information.
We are looking forward to receiving our Danish visitors and building a strong working relationship with them. We think we can learn a lot about the differences in the private security industry in our respective countries and this exchange of information will help us both to get the very best out of the GuardTools® system.
For more information about how Avantguard use GuardTools® visit our mobile patrol page.
Avantguard would like to welcome Mark Loftin to our sales team who comes to us with many years of exerience in sales and the security industry.
For more information about Mark please read our e-shot.
As much as we love being part of the Rustington community, we have outgrown our current office space so we're on the move. We're staying in Sussex though - only going down the road to Littlehampton.
Our new offices are part of a brand new development so they provide a fresh and bright environment for our continued growth as a quality driven Sussex Security Provider.
From 01 July 2012 we will be operating from the new office (details to come) but our phone number will still be the same....0845 872 6099.
Our fabulous new literature has arrived and we love it. We just wanted to say thanks to Woodman Design for all your hard work and patience during the design process, and thanks to RWP Group for the super speedy print job.
Click on the links below to download our new literature.
After reading our Winter 2011/2012 Newsletter, Patrick Dealtry of The Lone Working Group Ltd approached Avantguard and offered to write an article on the subject of Lone Workers.
Patrick has much experience in the field of Lone Working since he did write the British Standard on the subject and also chairs the BSIA Lone Worker section.
Naturally, we were very happy to accept Patrick's offer and published the article in our latest newsletter (Spring 2012). You can read Patrick's article here