APEX, N.C., Feb. 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- TigerSwan, a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business headquartered in Apex, North Carolina, is sending representatives to Kuwait next week to participate in the Kuwait International Conference for Reconstruction of Iraq.
"This is an exciting and important time for Iraq," said TigerSwan's CEO Jim Reese. "With the Iraqi forces leading the liberation of their country from ISIS, Iraq is in a great position to receive new investment from both the public and private sector. It is important that we come alongside the Iraqis to help them rebuild, maintain stability and grow their economy," Reese continued.
TigerSwan has been a licensed provider of safety and risk management services in Iraq for over 10 years and many of its employees served in Iraq as service members. From providing protective services, secure housing and life support, construction management and logistical support, TigerSwan's experience in Iraq spans over a decade, and the company looks forward to participating in this next chapter.
Attending the conference for TigerSwan are Wesley Fricks, Vice President for Government Affairs and Communications; Lt. Col. Kelly Cole (Ret.), Director of Security and Stability Operations; and Alaa Mansour, Operations Director for Iraq. "We are honored to be invited to participate in this conference," Fricks stated, "and we look forward to learning more about and supporting the reconstruction of Iraq."
TigerSwan, founded in 2008, is a full-spectrum, global risk management and mitigation consultancy that combines advanced technologies with real-world experience to deliver a broad range of personnel, intellectual, and physical security solutions to protect the modern enterprise. Through its flagship situational awareness platform, GuardianAngel, TigerSwan provides organizations large and small with the tools they need to pursue opportunity wherever it may lead, without reducing their Duty of Care.
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