There was a time when men dominated the physical security industry. On second thought, that time is today. Even with increasing numbers of women entering our community, it’s an industry that is still mostly populated by men. But change is coming, and the industry as a whole is benefiting greatly from a surge in female voices. We asked this week’s Expert Panel Roundtable: What is the changing role of women in security?
Integrated security manufacturer TDSi is pleased to welcome Gwen Curran as its new Channel Partner Manager North. Gwen’s role is a pivotal one in TDSi’s ongoing relationship with its Channel Partners in Northern England and Scotland. John Davies, Managing Director of TDSi commented, “Channel Partners are a lifeblood for TDSi and we have a close working relationship with them as we build our business together. We are very pleased to welcome Gwen to this highly important role in that ongoing relationship, she will be a key contact for our Channel Partners across the North.” Integrated security portfolio Reflecting upon her new position Gwen commented, “My new role means I will be working closely with leading Channel Partners in the North to grow the awareness of our full Access Control offering, supported by the wider TDSi integrated security portfolio. I will be here to support our installation partners with all their TDSi needs, but equally to support their business with end users and grow joint revenue overall.” Within those 10 years Gwen worked with manufacturers on a range of security systems and products Gwen’s career in the security industry started in 2004 when she joined Norbain, working as an Internal Account Manager with the Distributor for over 10 years. Within those 10 years she worked with manufacturers on a range of security systems and products including CCTV, IP Solutions, Access Control, Gate Automation and Intruder systems. In 2013 Gwen joined Intruder market manufacturer Risco, before taking on her new role with TDSi. Many exciting projects Gwen continued, “Access Control is a part of the security industry that is growing at a rapid pace and as part of the TDSi team I aim to be an integral part of this vibrant sector. As a leading British security manufacturer, TDSi’s systems are at the heart of many exciting projects, which often include close integration with many other brands/manufacturers.” She concluded, “I am looking forward to working alongside our channel partners and to being a key part of TDSi’s rich ongoing history, helping to grow the businesses and develop from strength to strength.”
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