The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic certainly influences almost all economical and social sectors for several months now. Especially those branches whose business models include either the mass gathering of spectators and visitors or those that make their money in tourism were hit hard by the virus.
INSIGHTS shares a look inside the many areas and aspects around security. Interesting infos, news and stories as well as tips and How-To‘s for your personal security.
In recent years, the demand for security services has risen sharply. The growing need for security necessitates a wider range of services offered by competitors. In order to be able to compare the performance of potential contractors, the DIN 77200 series of standards creates transparency.
The annual World Economic Forum (WEF) is about to kick off in Davos and with heads of state and global business leaders gathering at the event, keeping attendants safe is a top priority. President Donald Trump, the European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde, the new managing director of the International Monetary Fund Kristalina Georgieva, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and climate activist Greta Thunberg are just a few of the high-profile names (there are 3,000 attendants) at the summit in the Swiss Alps that runs from January 21 to 24.
The economic elite is meeting up in Davos once more and draws the world’s attention to this small town in the Swiss Alps. About 3,000 political, economic, and societal representatives will attend the 50th meeting of the World Economic Forum to discuss global key issues. Donald Trump and Greta Thunberg will be leading the prominent array and put security management to the test.
Short-distance and long-distance business flights are part of the daily business for our international security team. From our past experiences, we have brought together the five most important tips that you must consider at every trip.