NEW YORK--The conventional wisdom leading up to this year's ISC East show, held in the last week of October on the second floor of the Jacob Javits Convention Center here, seemed to indicate an increasingly irrelevant trade show, overshadowed by its Las Vegas sister show, ISC West. However, most exhibitors reported a better than expected experience.
PORTLAND, Maine--A suspected jewelry thief was arrested on Oct. 14, less than a month after stealing a $12,000 diamond ring from an antiques store here, thanks to a security system recently upgraded by local alarm dealer TL Communications.
NEW YORK--With a Department of Labor stamp of approval in hand, National Burglar and Fire Alarm Association president George Gunning announced here at ISC East that the trade association has cleared the first hurdle toward establishing a national apprenticeship program that will enable the industry to recruit, train and retain the very best technicians from a competitive labor pool.
Specifically, Gunning announced Oct.
The number one question I get asked in speaking with company owners is, "When is the right time to sell my business?"
There is a great deal of emotion that goes into selling a business. In terms of stress, it has been rated right up there with divorce and the death of a loved one.
KIRKLAND, Wash.--Targeting the second quarter of 2007 for beginning operation of its Registered Traveler solution that would expedite airport security for its members, the FLO Alliance, led by Saflink, announced a number of progressive steps in September.
Todd Pederson, president and CEO, and Keith Nelleson, executive vice president and chief financial officer, are childhood friends from Idaho who both went to Brigham Young University. Pederson founded APX Marketing in 1992.
Thanks to communication with the alarm industry, including Chris Russell, president of the North Texas Alarm Association, city officials here are backing away from a plan to institute verified response. The Star-Telegram reported that a Sept.