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July 2nd, 2014

Staples has commissioned an update to their Profit Protection DVD which we produced for them in the late noughties. Whilst the basic structure and content remain untouched there have been some personnel moves and procedural changes at Staples that mean the DVD needs to be brought up to date.


June 10th, 2014

Edinburgh Woollen Mill has commissioned us to create a group Loss Prevention training DVD based upon the original Peacocks programme that we produced some years ago. The new programme will incorporate updates as well as specific footage and scenarios to ensure EWM’s brands are all included.

Cost Recovery

May 22nd, 2014

AMBIT has signed a partnership arrangement with an international cost recovery specialist and can now offer, at no cost to the client, Utilities, Telecoms and Accounts Payable audits. In larger companies, these audits invariably uncover hundreds of thousands, and sometimes millions of pounds of overcharging that can then be reclaimed by the client. As there is no fee but instead a modest commission, client companies only stand to add to their bottom line from the process.

This new partnership enables us to offer a wider ranging profit protection service to our clients and is key to our strategy of expanding our remit.

VF International

April 17th, 2014

VF International’s retail loss prevention training DVD has now been completed and well received by our client. Translations into a number of foreign languages are currently being considered.

William Hill DVD Launch

March 21st, 2014

William Hill’s conflict reduction interactive DVD is now complete and ready for distribution to their network of shops. A launch event is planned for the near future whilst early indications are that the programme is being very well received by personnel in all areas of the business. William Hill’s Head of Retail Security commented, “I think the modules are excellent –very informative and exceptionally professional.  All in all, I think the DVD is first class, a great job.”

Lunch with Tony

February 18th, 2014

We have been commissioned to produce a series of DVD delivered training talks by now reformed Tony Sales – dubbed “Britain’s biggest fraudster”. The videos aim to show retailers a criminal’s eye view of shoplifting and retail fraud and alert them to the kinds of behaviour that may signal criminal intent.


January 12th, 2014

After many happy years at the Old Creamery, AMBIT has moved to even more attractive premises based on the historic Bolesworth estate near Chester. The new office suite combines the benefits of easy accessibility, a very quiet position and stunning views with all the advantages of being on a fully serviced business park.


December 17th, 2013

After several years successfully using the Security and Health & Safety DVDs that we produced to train the retail network, H&M recently commissioned an update including amended script, new voice over, an extra sequence surrounding fitting rooms and various other tweaks. These were completed in December and, subject to final sign off, the programmes are due to be compiled into an interactive DVD and sent out to stores early in the New Year.

William Hill

November 17th, 2013

The first cut of their new programme, aimed at reducing conflict within William Hill’s shops, has been well received. In fact our client has already used it to successfully train staff in some selected shops.

The client is so delighted with the programme they have decided to produce further modules to extend the range and scope of the training, the final DVD now due for completion and distribution al the full retail network in March 2014.


October 12th, 2013

Geopost’s safe lifting and handling interactive training DVD for linehaul drivers has been completed and delivered to the client. The programme deals with issues such as handling roll cages, the various kinds of parcel, safe loading and unloading of vehicles etc. The training includes a number of test scenarios for participants to evaluate.

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