IAPSC to conduct Successful Security Consulting seminar

May 18, 2010

October 10 & 11, 2010 – Successful Security Consulting

Dallas, TX – ASIS Annual Seminar Pre-conference

Have you ever thought about starting your own business? A two-day seminar on how to start your own practice and SUCCEED! From start-up, to marketing, to client retrieval and referral, the program provides experienced-based knowledge on how to become a successful security consultant, taught by experts who have started their own business, gained the right experience and learned from their own mistakes. This seminar is a Pre-Conference Seminar at the ASIS Annual Meeting.

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On a personal note - I attended this conference in 2006 before I joined the International Association of Professional Security Consultants (IAPSC) and found what I learned to be crucial in starting my consulting business. If you have any thoughts to opening your own Security Consulting business, I urge you to attend this highly informative conference.

Curtis Baillie - Security Consulting Strategies, LLC

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