With just over a week to go until the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) hosts its annual free business crime seminar, the South East Business Crime Conference, the Association has announced details of the exhibitors set to demonstrate the very latest in security solutions first-hand to delegates at the show.
The half day conference, taking place in the heart of Westminster on Thursday 27th November will address topics as wide-ranging as the Anti-Social Behaviour and Policing Act 2014, cyber-crime, community safety, the Met Police’s business crime strategy and business crime reporting systems.
A range of exhibitors will be on hand to showcase the latest security solutions to delegates at the accompanying exhibition, providing an opportunity for delegates to engage with security providers, identify potential solutions for specific security challenges as well as gain insights into the latest technology relevant to their specific field.
Among the exhibitors are providers of lone worker protection technology, asset and property marking solutions and intruder alarms, while event sponsors, Facewatch and Littoralis, will also be on hand to demonstrate their latest products and services.
The full exhibitor list includes:
- Bank of England
- CQR Fire and Security
- Selectamark Security Systems
- Skyguard Limted
- Churchill Security Systems Ltd
- Commander Securities Ltd
With over 70 delegates now pre-registered to attend the event, and many more expected on the day, the conference provides exhibitors with the opportunity to reach out to a number of end-users and potential customers from a range of business sectors. Last year’s South East Business Crime Conference attracted a number of organisations from across the South East, including Waterstones Booksellers Ltd, Eastbourne Arndale Centre and the University of Portsmouth.
Will Murray, Marketing Director at Skyguard, commented: “Skyguard are delighted to be showcasing our exclusive range of personal safety alarms and apps at the BSIA’s South East Crime Conference. We have exhibited at a number of BSIA regional events in the past and always found them to be an effective way of reaching those decision makers who may not attend the bigger national events.”
For security companies interested in joining the exhibitors’ list, a limited number of exhibition spaces still remain. Those wishing to exhibit should contact Christine Brooks at email@example.com as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
Details of the event for those wishing to attend as delegates can be found on the BSIA’s website: http://www.bsia.co.uk/events/P22S11414451