Wouldn't all protectors benefit from a widened client base and the ability to use their skills in between larger operations? Could a ride-share app be the solution? Whilst acknowledging the current legislative and protocol questions surrounding the roll out of the Black Wolf App it has been fascinating to speak with controversial app creator Kerry KingBrown about entrepreneurialism and tech innovations in EP:
Is there a market for EP services within the wider public?
What is the legal debate around whether not an app is a technology company or a security company?
How does this idea compare with global rideshare apps?
How can operators remain resilient when embarking on an entrepreneurial idea?
Why could an episode like this one receive negative feedback?
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