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Worldwide Sourcing Group, Inc in 2019


For WWSG Inc., 2018 was a year of expansion, evolution, and innovation – the Year of the “Ion”, you could say. It saw the opening of a new, State-of-the-Art office building (rated “Class A”) for our National Corporate Headquarters in Los Angeles, a major revamping of our E&I Agreement in both depth and breadth, and the acquisition of new, large-scale contracts – most notably a Statewide Arizona contract and our expansion into dozens more Kroger locations in the Atlanta area, among others.

Though that year ended, the growth does not stop. 2019 will be another milestone year for WWSG Inc. Things to expect:

  • Mr. Robert Lasky, our new Executive Vice President and a former Special Agent-in-Charge (SAC) of the FBI’s Miami division, will be fully integrated and leveraged into our command structure. His 20-year FBI career and experience in federal law enforcement will elevate our management capabilities across the board.
  • WWSG firms have been awarded a myriad of new security contracts for housing authorities that have started or will be starting in 2019. These include: Daytona Beach Housing Authority (DBHA), Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency (SHRA), Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA), and the Kansas City, Kansas Housing Authority (KCKHA), to name just a few.
  • 2019 will see the launch of our exclusive offer for E&I Members who solicit our services: free facial recognition solutions tailored to campus environments. With this new offer, we foresee a safer, brighter future for students nationwide, and hope to push the boundaries on facial recognition technology and its prevalence in the security field.

We do not take “Worldwide” lightly. As we continue to expand, evolve, and innovate in 2019 and beyond, WWSG, Inc. will grow into a global phenomenon in the security industry. This year is only the beginning.

Comments (1)

Keep up the good work not many companies doing what I see on your site.

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Retired law enforcement with 18 years with local sheriff department with 12 years in the maritime investigation and law enforcement.

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Captain Richard Hagen

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