The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) announced Pact Group is the newest LPF Bachelor Level Partner. The Bachelor Level partnership allows Pact to provide LPQ and LPC certification course scholarships, as well as LPF memberships, to loss prevention industry professionals.
“Advancing the loss prevention profession through education with our LPQ and LPC credentialing courses is our mission at the Loss Prevention Foundation,” said Terry Sullivan, LPC, president of the LPF. “We are excited that Pact has chosen to join us as a Bachelor level partner, which shows their dedication to our industry and to our mission.”
Pact Retail Accessories is a global provider of circular and sustainable retail solutions bringing supply chain, logistics, metrics, and market expertise into the durability and reuse equation. Pact holds facilities globally including operations in the United States, Asia, South America, and Australia with over 1,000 valued employees that help to supply over 8,000 retail locations every day. Since 1989, Pact RA has been working with top global fashion retailers to pioneer a world-first reuse model that keeps security tags in circulation for many years and plastic completely out of landfill.
“At Pact Retail Accessories, our goal is to partner with retailers and transform the global circular economy in a way that not only encourages environmental awareness and transparency, but also to assist and educate all in the reuse of their assets, whether it be hard security tags or hangers, etc.,” said Jonathan Jenkins, senior manager of marketing and accounts for North America. “As we look to the future of retail, it is important for LP teams across the spectrum to align their processes and to work in a developmental space that allows for the greatest opportunities. Our partnership with the Loss Prevention Foundation envelops that goal of alignment by supporting the LPF’s mission of education for the LP industry.”