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Welcome To London! 2016 SelectaDNA International Distributor Conference

Welcome To London! 2016 SelectaDNA International Distributor Conference

The sun shone brightly as we welcomed distributors from over 30 countries to London for the 2016 SelectaDNA International Distributor Conference.

The conference was held 5th-6th May onboard the historic HMQ Wellington, moored on the banks of the River Thames.

The two-day event saw delegates from across the globe, together with the SelectaDNA UK team led by Managing Director James Brown, share experiences from their own countries as well as hearing from keynote speakers including Mick Swindells who trained our SelectaDNA detection dog Jazz; Kingston University lecturer and marketing expert Dr Debra Riley who spoke about customer engagement and innovation; and security guru Rick Mounfield who talked about protecting ultra high net worth properties.

There was also the opportunity to participate in a series of informative workshops led by our Marketing Manager; and distributors were introduced to a range of exciting new products and developments by our Head of Forensic Technology.

In the Case Study: Best Practice sessions, our New Zealand and Australia distributor spoke about the success of the BNZ Safer Schools Programme, while there were also some other excellent presentations from international colleagues.

Our distributor from Trinidad spoke about energy metal marking in his country, we had an interesting roundup on what was being done to prevent rural crime in Germany, our Swiss distributor spoke about the success of DNA Spray being used in petrol stations and jewellery stores; and our Danish distributor talked enthusiastically about the outstanding success of insurance and supermarket schemes in Denmark.

As MD James Brown concluded proceedings at the end of day two, it was clear that the growing international SelectaDNA family, coupled with our ongoing innovations in crime prevention, will ensure that SelectaDNA remains the global leader in forensic marking technology.

 

For further information and images contact: Angela Singleton, Press Officer for Selectamark.

Mobile: +44(0)7905 623819
Email: angela.singleton@selectamark.co.uk
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