The May 2011 podcast of The American Private Investigator with your host, Paul Jaeb, opens with the API News Update with show producer Mike McIntee. Peter Psarouthakis joins the news update to discuss potential outcomes of the recent revelation that smart phones can track users without their knowledge and social media’s effect on the private investigation market.
Peter then gives the legislative update; specifically by sharing his experiences during a week he spent in Washington DC with members of ISPLA and Intellenet. He spent time meeting with members of Congress and engaging in discussions about privacy bills and social security number restrictions. Peter and Paul also discuss the necessity of business skills and the ability to evolve as an investigator during these economic times.
Alan Goodman with Lawyers Investigating Service, Inc. joins the show and shares upcoming events and opportunities. Alan and Paul discuss what associations are doing right and the resources they provide.
Paul Jaeb wraps up the podcast with tips on how to grow your agency and business goal setting. He focuses on marketing, financial reporting, human resources and operations.
Guests on the May 2011 podcast are:
- Paul Jaeb, Heartland Investigative Group: 520 Nicollet Mall, Suite 520, Minneapolis, MN. 612-371-9255, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.heartlandinfo.com.
- Alan Goodman, Lawyers Investigating Service, Inc.: P.O. Box 8479, Portland, ME 04104, Maine: 207-775-5685, 800-244-5685, Nationwide: 888-244-5685, F: 207-893-1475, email@example.com, www.lawyersinvestigatingservice.com.
- Peter Psarouthakis, Investigative & Security Professionals for Legislative Action (ISPLA): 235 N. Pine Street, Lansing, Michigan 48933, 734-428-9663, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://ispla.org.