Crest Planning rebrands as Halo Solutions

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Event safety specialist Crest Planning, which provides security solutions such as its Halo System at stadia, international tournaments, events and public spaces, has rebranded as Halo Solutions.

The change of branding is said to “better reflect the company’s broad range of products, of which the multi-award winning Halo System is best known.”

In the past year Halo Solutions has seen its Halo system deployed at a number of sporting venues including Edgbaston Cricket Club, Harlequins Rugby, the Motorpoint Arena, and high-profile tournaments such as the Cricket World Cup 2019. In addition, over 80% of UK police services use its training and consultancy products and the Halo System is also being adopted by the Royal Navy, Notting Hill Carnival, and local authorities.

Halo is used to streamline security, health and safety, lost property and an infinite range of incidents and procedures. The company claims it has so far kept over five million event goers safe, reduced insurance premiums and other costs and helped save lives at carnivals, marathons and soccer matches across the UK. Halo is a three-part system that uses a mobile app for operational efficiency, help organizers save money and improve safety.

“Our new brand identity helps us join all our products under one central message of ‘Connectivity is key’ and we are the solution to bringing all the industry’s currently disconnected tools and practices into one, integrated solution. Offering the very best security consultancy, training and software solutions that complement each other and add value to our clients budgets and needs,” said Halo Solutions’ CEO and co-founder Lloyd Major.

For 2020, Halo Solutions is launching a range of new modules that complement its core Halo System and will integrate a series of processes and features.

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