Graeme Campbell, Executive Director at PSA Consultancy in the Philippines, is our guest speaker at the KMC x NordCham Knowledge-Sharing Series on August 28 at our NEW VENUE: 11F KMC, Net Quad, 4th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.
With the Theme,'Towards Resiliency: Business Intelligence and Crisis Management Insights' - Mr. Campbell, will reveal world leading tactics and strategies on how to make your Organisation and Business more Resilient.
PSA Consultancy Philippines Inc is a leading Asian-focused business risk consultancy firm and its services include Business Intelligence, Security & Crisis Management, Business Resiliency, and Research & Litigation Support. PSA are experts in helping clients minimize the risks and maximize the benefits of doing business in markets complicated by political and economic instability, security threats, insurgency/terrorism, and lax rule of law.
The Knowledge-Sharing Series is a monthly learning-cum-networking session that features thought leaders from different industries, providing global learning in the local context. The event series is also an approach to gather and collaborate between different sectors, and startups and multinationals in an inspiring setting to spur new ideas and innovation.
Graeme Campbell is PSA Consultancy's Executive Director.
He has over 24 years' security experience in Asia as an analyst, consultant, and manager. Before joining PSA as a partner Graeme was the Regional Director, Armor Group Asia Pacific and Country Manager for Control Risks Group (CRG) Philippines. Prior to this, he had worked as an independent security management and training consultant based in London.
Before joining the security and risk consultant sector, Graeme served 12 years with the New Zealand Armed Forces. The initial service was with the Royal New Zealand Engineers later transferring to the Royal New Zealand Military Police. During this service, Graeme qualified as an investigator with the New Zealand Civil Police, as an advanced instructor in investigations and intelligence operations and completed close protection training.
At the end of his service, he served as Chief Instructor Investigations for the Royal New Zealand Military Police..
Limited slots available - maximum two (2) participants per company