Midland Park, NJ (PRWEB) February 24, 2013
Considered one of the country’s top experts on business security, Mr. Brandman’s seminar will focus on employee dishonesty, which costs American companies more than $20 billion annually and is responsible for approximately one third of all business failures. Because employee theft always escalates in difficult economic times, this topic is especially timely for executives concerned about protecting their profit margins.
Mr. Brandman’s company has investigated over $70 million of theft for tobacco, candy, food, beverage and convenience store distributors.
“When you warehouse and transport highly desirable product like tobacco, candy and grocery, it’s imperative that you utilize the very best practices to protect your inventory. Executives essentially have two choices when it comes to security. They can rely on superficial controls to protect their assets, which almost always proves to be a costly strategy, or implement tried and proven, proactive safeguards,” explains Barry Brandman.
Mr. Brandman will discuss the difference between meaningful and cosmetic security, the “red flags” of collusion and fraud, why the internet has become the ultimate flea market for dishonest workers and professional thieves, and the 7 Deadly Sins of Security. Additionally, he will reveal the devious methods used by professional theft rings to circumvent even the most high tech security systems and steal millions of dollars of inventory.
ABOUT DANBEE INVESTIGATIONS:
Danbee Investigations, (http://www.danbeeinvestigations.com) is regarded as one of the nation’s most prominent security consulting and investigation companies, providing undercover operations, vulnerability assessments, confidential employee tipline programs, security auditing and training services. Their clients include Fortune 100 companies as well as major privately held firms throughout the country.
ABOUT THE AWMA:
The American Wholesale Marketers Association (AWMA) is a trade organization that provides convenience distributors with information on legislative and regulatory issues; operations and logistics; management techniques, such as category management; and expanding product categories. AWMA offers various forums that bring together convenience distributors and their trading partners, such as this upcoming conference in Orlando.