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Jim raised this CEO the very interesting company.
Called -- -- and you -- joining us via Skype from North Carolina.
Hey -- good morning to morning learn how are you I'm very yet so what is -- slot for people who don't now.
Church -- Warner's international vulnerability management and global stability company.
-- And English most people look at -- is a security company product what we provide anything from cyber.
To personal security chief international traveler security.
-- construction Middle East right into a plethora of things really help companies and corporations.
Conducts have have a stable.
Throughout the world -- lots of multinational corporations find themselves doing business sending workers to areas that might be a little bit.
Vulnerable in the world and that's -- -- expertise comes and then.
Makes those workers feel more secure correct -- absolutely and that is your background for it a great story had -- your background preparing to do that.
-- I retired in 2007 as operator officer.
From the I think in the military and delta force and also you know -- -- Iraq -- interagency task force that.
-- really worked all my Iraq and Afghanistan that your reading about the news now and in the movies.
I was a key leader in those organizations 3% for years -- I knew I knew when I retired in 2007.
That what -- worms after 90 weapon.
-- world is changed and has now we have grown into a business in our business acumen -- grown exponentially.
Over the years we've taken those lessons learned.
Tactics techniques and procedures that we -- -- Powers about national power and just put them towards a business plan -- really shouldn't be working force.
Since coming a little bit about your growth when -- started with how many employees at how big you are now with the training is like.
Sure well we started.
Like I said January 2007.
Really kicked off.
-- we started out of my partners kitchen.
And a little town -- -- -- arena which just north Fort Bragg North Carolina.
And that we started with two we went -- three and now we're up Q over 300 employees worldwide.
And strong points and seventeen different countries.
Offices in 34 different countries -- its trade -- been a great group it's been very exciting.
We've learned a lot over the last six years and that we continue to grow make sure restraint compliant.
Legal and and most and -- a lot of businesses we were just eager culturally category are traveling around the world working.
And how do you link up with the businesses is there any stories or companies they can share with us.
-- -- yeah I mean we do we do what we do a lot of work for.
A lot of companies in the manufacturing.
We've got a couple -- gas and we're working for several.
Computer companies that make computers and sell it internationally.
And -- for our guardian Angel lion gets out about that.
-- so is a guardian Angel is our international travel membership.
When I'm you know you get a lot of senior executives throughout the world and travel internationally.
And they are used to happen some type of service.
Can provide security for them when they travel and medium to high risk.
Areas of the world -- really emerging markets.
What we look at was as -- executives are used to this but today.
As as a CEO myself.
And I want to talk to CEOs -- other seniors she's sweet individuals.
They are more concerned at all they're -- adult people.
Their middle managers who were out there closing deals and going to places like Libya Nigeria and Egypt.
I scratch Afghanistan Pakistan you name it.
And you know they have to go back and look at your insurance is partly covered are -- doing the right thing.
Are they taking care of their people which are critical and that's what that's what.
Guardian Angel -- for us this it's a one year a membership.
And what the membership does is at all lulls.
Corporations to bring on their members of the team.
Didn't get got -- tool used beacons so we can track them 24/7 where there in the world.
We can track and personally as well as there.
Personal assets and laptops.
So nor -- we just we had a client it was in a merger and acquisition field.
Two -- stand -- a foreign country.
And unfortunately got mugs -- not have any personal security reform he was just using our monitoring service and we monitor him.
I'm he was okay.
We were able to get him to -- safe cafe.
We have one of our folks -- country get to own about fifteen minutes laugh but.
But the real key thing in and we didn't hear this -- laptop and his passport stolen.
We were able get in the US embassy get -- passport issue squared away but the key factor worse is because we track -- computer.
Three days later after that computer was taken we found it and we're able to recover do we gaze -- with the local law enforcement.
And -- -- great where what kind of rat.
Russia that happening in Macintosh.
-- there you you're just talking couple friends and and myself Saturday about incidents in Russia so that's funny that you sent them.
I'm -- and how -- -- more or less do you charge for her.
Well I would -- per year membership for one individual it works out to less than ten dollars today.
And that's pretty critical perhaps full time 24/7 monitoring.
-- state of the art teachings that we years.
-- -- recall remote kill them on your computers laptops or your personal assets.
We also providing its its cost year advice service so people calling her operation center 24/7.
Out all their information stored on the next compliant systems and -- we really make sure we -- -- and all -- -- information.
And it really becomes us a high end costs here to give them advice.
And let them know where their travel and and and -- bottom note that.
What the next thing the next thing they can you -- state -- am going to Sao Paulo Brazil.
I'd like to have a security driver and vehicle maybe might be armored vehicle or non armored vehicle.
And we set that up for them also and and we provide that service solves this stuff -- that easy -- -- -- apple or is it.
Well it's really you know people sometimes.
United press treats made people think it's like -- trackers this is really Ph.D.
-- travelers some of these countries are not.
It's it's it's difficult.
And we tried Q drive people away from the standard where you -- security details from the Hollywood stars and he's big you know big muscle -- looking -- we drive people who we call discreet or reduce signature profile.
We really try to drive -- white armored vehicles because.
Armored vehicles are here.
It's a high profile -- of the spotlight.
And we provide at at kind of expertise.
And that advice now for client wants to have an armored vehicle absolutely -- ready to go and there are some places even -- law.
That if you're going to.
Yet no -- it doesn't sound like did in fact it sounds very honorable as well are you all veterans in this operation in your business military that.
My parents know we're about 5050 tank from the operational side of most of us are veterans of votes special operations -- Law enforcement but we found -- years -- it's great to have a include corporate spreads so we get folks.
-- CFO who work permit area for years and what they -- you -- really help us understand and make sure capturing the culture.
Of the corporate America and international corporate aspects to make sure.
You know we we we don't show too -- an ulterior law enforcement presence.
Right that makes cents and and finally Jim -- -- -- major company does that have any meaning.
And -- it you have to think about the tiger and -- represented.
The full spectrum of the animal kingdom press we and we can read and Afghanistan.
After our first year there were -- go back again when we're not the Colorado.
We're up in the mountains prepping to go back in Afghanistan.
And we we found ourselves in an area -- the swan valley.
Across a little town called tiger Colorado.
If China just -- there really cool name and -- chips inside the orient reading -- yanked her percent of full spectrum of operations we can do.
Timmy thank you so much for your story and of course for your -- -- cents.
Lots of luck -- -- the next six years you can.
Increased at 31015100.
If you filed have -- growth plan thank you so much having been -- and -- Carolina.
-- have a great day.
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