All retailers are susceptible to losses due to theft and fraud, but maybe none as much as the luxury-branded retailer. Its high-priced, highly desirable merchandise is subject not only to theft, but also to counterfeiting and ultimately damage to the brand and the company’s reputation. Luxury-branded retailers rely on secure Read More
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The Carolinas Organized Retail Crime Alliance (CORCA) will hold its first Annual Conference of September 8, 2016 in Charlotte, with a Welcome Reception hosted the evening before. Please join us at the Renaissance Charlotte Suites Hotel to participate in this exciting event.
This event will bring law enforcement together with retailers Read More
The 2016 New England Loss Prevention Expo will be held on Thursday, September 15th at the DCU Center in Worcester, Massachusetts. Please join us as we bring Loss Prevention, Security, Risk Managers and Solutions Partners together with law enforcement, prosecutors and policy makers to learn more about how to keep Read More
Brand Elverson was the director of asset protection systems and analysis with Walmart when this interview first appeared in LP Magazine. He is currently the director of asset protection strategic initiatives at Walmart, and still deeply involved in the search for effective asset protection technology solutions.
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Roberto Borges has been promoted to Director, Asset Protection Facilities & Technology at Ralph Lauren Corporation. Roberto joined Ralph Lauren Companies in 2011 and was Associate Director of Asset Protection Technology and New Store Development prior to his current promotion. Roberto previously served as Director of Asset Protection and Director Read More
What began as innocent, innocuous conversation at a holiday company party eight years ago has turned into a professional odyssey filled with complex challenges and rewarding satisfaction in making significant headway towards fulfilling the odyssey. My conversation at that time was with the then chairman and vice chairman of Saks Read More
Successful asset protection and store security programs are never “tone deaf.” This means that the most effective programs are shaped, managed, and refined over time to reflect a retail company’s culture, style, and “concept.” High-tech electronics retailers with smiling greeters and bag checkers out front reflect a certain tone and attitude; as do big-box retailers with Read More