Rubreg Security Services reaping ZITF dividends

By Lovemore Chazingwa

Ambitious commercial, industrial and domestic protector, Rubreg Security Services (RSS) is counting the benefits of it’s first participation at the flagship national exhibition, Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) held end of April this year.

Only established about half a decade ago, leadership at the security concern saw it prudent to partake at a platform where their presence in industry can be significantly amplified.

Speaking in an exclusive interview after a post mortem caucus of their ZITF participation, RSS founding director Ruben Zuva had this to say:
” We decided to be part of the ZITF this year for one major reason. That is to be more visible within the corporate world and exploit the network. The corporate sector is a major source market. Any inroads into that market is a mark of progress,” said Zuva.

He added: “We’re already getting well meaning enquiries and consulting calls about our services from a cross section of economic players. Potential domestic individual clients are also among those showing interest. Some of those making inquiries are from beyond our national borders.”

He said he had a recent an appraisal tour of a business premise (name supplied) interested in engaging their services.

The company which sent representatives to the premier showcase managed to take part in prime events that were held at the popular event which draws hundreds of exhibitors as well as thousands of visitors.

According to the confident founding director, the security services concern managed to partake in breakfast meetings, business conferences, and exhibition stands face to face discussion sessions with CEOs, MDs including board chairs among others, which opened their scope in doing business the smart way.
The awards ceremony which the company also witnessed was presided over by the guest of honour.

Zuva said their experience from ZITF has informed them them on the need to vigorously invest in ICT, training, research and innovation for them to ride the tough business tide, especially, within the security services sector.

The vastly experienced captain observed that they had a convenient opportunity to discuss with headline business membership bodies, Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI), Employers Confederation of Zimbabwe (Emcoz) and Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC). Security sector services membership organizations were also on the radar for their targeted deliberations.


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