The Creation of a Luxury Executive Protection Firm
The World Protection Group (WPG), acclaimed security and protection agency has recently created a new luxury executive protection firm for high net-worth individuals and celebrities. The new firm, called 001, aims to protect their clients without disturbing their lifestyle, a first in the Executive Protection Industry.
Mr. Moyer is an alumnus of The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where he spent additional time at the Bocconi School of Management in Milan, Italy, studying the strategic management of luxury businesses. Moyer has studied some of top brands like Porsche, Pagani, Bvlgari, Chopard, and Ferrari. He is a graduate of the Executive Security Institute (ESI), where he received a degree in Criminal Justice, in addition to the Executive Protection Institute & many other Executive Protection schools.
Featured on shows like ABC Nightline News, EXTRA, and E!, as well as publications like LA Confidential, Profile Magazine, Mother Jones and The Los Angeles Times, Mr. Moyer shares his distinctive knowledge and extensive background in the EP Industry, which first began when he started working for Hugh Hefner at the Playboy Mansion.
With the tagline, “We Protect Your Lifestyle,” 001 is the first luxury company in the Executive Protection Industry. The firm’s agents have been trained using The Ritz-Carlton Gold Standard of Service Operations, a style of sophisticated customer service which allows them to protect their clients and their lifestyle. After studying luxury brands, 001’s inception began as Moyer found that many high net-worth individuals and celebrities were hiring sub-par bodyguards to handle all of their security. He saw that these bodyguards often had no professional training in threat detection or security and were after much more than simply protecting their client; they were after money.
As professionals, 001, believes in the barrier between themselves and their clients, guarding their confidentiality with trained Executive Protection Agents. Moyer says that one of the biggest mistakes a client can make is to lack the understanding of what makes effective security. Moyer believes in properly educating clients so that they can spot what qualities make a good security expert, so that clients can help protect their own security.
All too often celebrities employ untrained bodyguards looking to make a quick buck and sell their personal information to the media. 001’s agents do not engage in unprofessional behavior that may include becoming close friends with the client or selling any of their information to the public. Instead, the most important element of the relationship is that of confidentiality to keep out the media while protecting clients from any physical harm. Simply protecting a client from bodily harm cannot completely protect their overall security, so Moyer set out to create 001 to protect both aspects of their clients’ lives.
001 seamlessly embeds security solutions into the lifestyles of their high net-worth clients to prevent breaches in security and privacy before they happen. Using a combination of sophisticated, high-level technology and security systems, high net-worth individuals and celebrity clients will have security and physical protection without disrupting their normal lifestyle.
001 manages the entire realm of their clients’ protection completely extending to the home, families, private jets, yachts, business and travel plans, and offices. The security process takes 6 months to a year to complete, but afterward, the client will feel comforted as they will be safe from possible threats or safety issues. Free to enjoy their lifestyles with the assurance of several impenetrable layers of covert protection, 001 allows clients peace of mind no matter where they are.
Because 001 ensures the greatest quality of service, they take on a limited number of clients so that they can do everything to protect their current clients. For more information, please visit: https://www.001wpg.com & https://www.worldprotectiongroup.com
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