Global Security Consulting University Seminars
- Should have a strong background in security
Had a stellar public sector career in security and want to turn that into your own consultancy? Tried entering the private sector, only to find that getting work for consulting projects you're eminently qualified to do was harder than you thought?
Want to travel the globe, being paid by sheikhs and emirs to do business in Dubai?
95% of individual consultants never even gross one-million dollars in annual sales per year. This video lecture series will introduce you to security consulting from the experts that knows what it takes to close million-dollar international consulting deals.
Try the Global Security Consulting Course. I'm Luke Bencie, Managing Director of the global firm Security Management International. I can walk you through the steps I took to run my own business in security. In this course you'll learn: easy ways to increase your consulting fees, how to guarantee income by carving out a specific subniche within your field of expertise, how to start becoming a thought leader in the security industry, and more.
- Security experts looking to start their own business
- Why You Need to Persevere12:21
- 95 Percent03:53
- Four Pillars07:55
- 10 Ways to Immediately Increase Your Consulting Fees10:20
- Riches in Niches10:57
- Perseverance Pays10:04
Luke Bencie is one of the most recognized security consultants anywhere in the world. He is the Managing Director of Security Management International (SMI) and the author of Among Enemies: Counter-Espionage for the Business Traveler and Global Security Consulting: How to Build a Thriving International Practice. Mr. Bencie has been a consultant to the U.S. Department of State, U.S. Department of Defense, Fortune 500 companies, as well as foreign governments. He has worked in over 100 countries and has trained thousands of police, intelligence and military officers in the U.S. and abroad in the fields of counterterrorism, counterintelligence and operational surveillance. Prior to establishing SMI, Mr. Bencie was a senior security consultant for Raytheon Company in the Intelligence and Information Systems Division. Mr. Bencie previously served on the U.S. Department of State’s Foreign Emergency Support Team. In this capacity, he was responsible for immediately responding to terrorist attacks carried out against U.S. targets overseas; subsequently serving in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and other global hotspots.