|At the Loss Prevention Conference & Expo, security service providers share solutions and strategies for retailers
Loss Prevention executives from U.S. Security Associates (USA) are soaking up the sun along with the latest industry knowledge at the National Retail Federation (NRF) Loss Prevention Conference & Expo in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The conference is being held from June 10th to June 13th at the Greater Fort Lauderdale/ Broward County Convention Center, with the Expo taking place on June 11th and June 12th. As a sponsor of the event, the security company is joining national retailers, law enforcement agencies, and other protection providers for the largest retail security conference in the country.
According to senior retail loss prevention executives who responded to NRF’s 10th Annual Organised Retail Crime Survey, eight in ten retailers – 88.2% of those polled – report having been victims of organised retail crime in the past year. At the Loss Prevention Conference & Expo, participating security service providers, including USA, share solutions and strategies for retailers to protect company assets, reduce shrink and fraud, and manage risks.
Along with scheduled keynote speakers, roundtable discussions, and seminars, the conference offers more than 16 hours of social events and opportunities for networking and relationship building. The conference also features a Cyber Security Pavilion, where retailers can learn how to defend themselves from online theft, as well as a Fusion Center, where retailers and service providers can connect with chief law enforcement officials.
Terry Faircloth, vice president of USA’s Loss Prevention division, marks his calendar for the conference every year. “Retailers who are struggling with rising crime come to this event seeking solutions. U.S. Security Associates is here to help.” The Loss Prevention Conference & Expo is a prime opportunity for Faircloth and his colleagues to promote the message captured by USA’s Loss Prevention division motto. “The face of retail is changing. Think contract change is good!”