This past weekend saw the latest review of Skyguard’s International service hit the national pages, adding to the wealth of coverage given to this unique and exclusive personal safety service.
The 7th January 2012 issue of Financial Times’ luxury magazine, How to Spend It, gives equal billing to Skyguard’s service alongside Sony’s latest hardware and a new, innovative Dyson product as this month’s must-have technology.
Describing the MySOS personal alarm as a simple to use, all-purpose emergency button aimed at business travellers and tourists, reviewer and gadget lover, Jonathan Margolis goes on to explain how Skyguard alerts the local police, paramedics or fire units to get to you “pronto” in an emergency.
The Financial Times is just one of many well-established publications that have reported on Skyguard’s exclusive personal emergency service, which covers 36 countries across Europe, the Russian Federation and South Africa. Major newspapers such as The Daily Express, The Sun, The Independent and the Sunday Post have all published articles in the past six months, as well as travel blogs, technology review websites and industry magazines.
Skyguard’s Marketing Director Will Murray says “With all the mainstream coverage that our unique and exclusive International service is receiving, it shows there’s real interest and demand for personal safety when travelling abroad.” He goes on to add, “The positive reviews and articles that major national publications are awarding Skyguard and our service adds real credibility to what we are trying to achieve – to provide the best possible personal safety service for vulnerable individuals, wherever they are.”
You can read more about our International personal safety service.