Before all the fun and games could begin, an engaging seminar opened the event where representatives of Kings discussed some of the great work they are currently doing and some of the more exciting projects coming up. This includes their brand new ATM installation for Belgian Airport, Antwerp International.
As the morning progressed more business affairs were dealt with which involved a Steering Committee and an opportunity for interested clients to sign up for KIS (Kings Intelligence Services). This service gives clients the opportunity to liaise with experienced security professionals and gain some effective and insightful knowledge on security measures and establish networks. Their intelligence services include:
• Crime Pattern Analysis
• Fraud Investigation
• Tiger Kidnap
• Overt & Covert Surveillance
• Asset Tracking & Retrieval
• Intelligence Management
(Anyone interested in this service can enquire on the Kings website)
After a quick spot of lunch the games had begun. A highly competitive game of golf kicked off the afternoon, with each participant eager to have their company receive all the bragging rights. In this sport of skill the individual victory went to none other than Gary Shuttleworth of Kings. Coming in second place was Darren Ashfield of Webway One and snatching 3rd place, Neil Leckenby from Hessle Federation. For the team game the winners were Phil Bolton, Roy Deakin (both from Meggit Aircraft Breaking Systems Ltd), Bob Atkin (Xtralis Adpro) and Tony Goldstein (Kings).
A slight pattern emerging here with Kings coming out on top.
Afterwards there were more fun activities which included Duck Herding! Kings were unable to get first place this time round, instead settling for 2nd place with the efforts of Damian Sutton.
1st place went to Tom Radojevich of Adecco, while 3rd place went to Breda Naciri of Yum Restaurants. The winning team comprised of 8 people from the following companies; The Cooperative, Honeywell, Peacock Group, Vic Coupland and Kings
Once all the organised fun and games came to an end, a bountiful evening dinner was provided to round up the top quality day. Ben Hunt-Davis then presented a short talk on “How to make the boat go faster”, highlighting the need to work together (possibly through data sharing) in order to achieve the same goal, which fit perfectly with the day’s seminars and events.
All in all, the day was a great success and right royal affair from Kings Security Ltd.