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Wednesday, 20 September 2017

The Infologue.com Story

Infologue.com is focused on providing commentary, highlighting positive news and issues surrounding the regulated security sector.

Founded in 1997, Infologue.com was the first security industry internet news provider and has consistently been at the forefront of using innovative methods in dispensing the latest news to the security industry. We have also initiated well known and successful industry campaigns such as Four Issues One Voice and Make the Change campaigns, which were designed to highlight areas of concern for the industry.

Infologue.com Industry Activities:

The Building the Future Award:
In 2003 Logue Corporate introduced the Infologue.com Building the Future Award which is awarded to the person or organisation that in the view of majority of previous winners of the Infologue.com Building the Future Award has created the most significant footprints towards a vibrant, professional and mutually profitable guarding industry during each year. This award is presented jointly by the Editors of Infologue.com and SMT and sponsored by Interconnective Limited. The winner writes an essay on their take of the security industry in transition. The essay provides an insight into the thinking of industry leaders. Previous winners include such industry luminaries as former British Security Industry Association Chief Executive, David Dickinson, security industry company Chairman Bill Muskin (VSG), Chief Executives David Beaton (G4S), Stuart Lowden (Wilson James) and Ian Nisbet (G4S Cash Services), the security industry training organization, Skills for Security, former British Security Industry Association Chief Executive David Dickinson, security industry company chairman Bill Muskin (VSG) and Chief Executives David Beaton (G4S)Stuart Lowden (Wilson James)Ian Nisbet (G4S Cash Services), posthumously to Jǿrgen Philip-Sǿrensen CBE MA (JPS) and David Evans of the BSIA, The Security Institute and The Membership of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA).

Infologue.com Top 30:
Since 2003 Logue Corporate introduced the Infologue.com Table of Top 30 UK Security Guarding which has grown Table of Top 30 UK Regulated Security Services Companies estimating the current annual turnover of the 30 largest security guarding  companies at the time of publication.

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR):
In addition to its CSR responsibilities as part of the Interconnective family, Infologue.com provides prominent space on its website for the charity, The British Legion – Poppy Appeal.

Publisher: Bobby Logue
The Editor of Infologue.com is Bobby Logue, who has held executive level positions with major manned security businesses in the UK and South Africa since 1978. He has also held senior office in two major industry associations responsible for strategy and industry development. He was a Member of the South African Institute of Security between 1983 and 2009 as well as a founder member of the Institute of Criminology (University of South Africa). He is currently a director of Interconnective Limited, product and service suppliers to the security services industry. In 2005 Bobby Logue produced a significant paper on the future of the guarding industry in the UK titled Even dinosaurs learn to dance. He has received industry accolades such as the BSIA Services to Security Industry (2012), Skills for Security – Services to the Security Business Sector (2006), and twice a finalist in the Association of Security Consultants, The Imbert Prize (2010 and 2012).

News Desk: Ryan Gordon


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