Spaces are limited and by application only, these closed-door briefings provide exclusive high-level content and enable visitors to engage with leading Government experts and influencers. Feel equipped with the latest strategies and apply the knowledge learnt to your own organisation.
invitation-only briefings include:
APPLICATION ONLY - Security Sessions:
Recognising and developing the work of marketing professionals in the security industry. If you want to learn from experts about how to make the most of your exhibition investment, come along to one of our sessions.
Join us on Tuesday 3rd December, from 10am, International Security Expo, Olympia, London, Henley Suites
Exhibitions rightly earn a place in many business’s marketing plans, due their highly targeted nature and traffic volumes. Ensuring you maximise this investment is critical. Helping those working in in-house marketing roles in the security industry achieve precisely this, International Security Expo has partnered with Security Sessions to hold an event at this year’s ISE just for marketers.
A number of small group seminars will run on day one – 3 December - starting from 10am. The line-up of speakers and the topics being covered includes:
- Andy Lambert, Director at ContentCal discussing how you can use social media to amplify your exhibition presence
- Verity Noon, Group Marketing Director at Nineteen Events exploring underleveraged opportunities within the exhibitions package
- Michelle Morton, Co-Founder of Morton Waters talking about telling your brand story at exhibitions
- Plus, a live panel discussion featuring representatives from companies which have achieved great exhibition success, working with varying budgets
To apply, visit www.securitysessionsuk.com/booktickets. There are a limited number of tickets available, which are allocated on a first come first served basis, so book now to secure your spot.
APPLICATION ONLY- Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA)
Improving Crowd Resilience programme
Following the 2017 terror attacks in Manchester and London, the Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) and the Home Office’s Office for Security and Counter Terrorism (OSCT) initiated the £2 million “Improving Crowd Resilience” competition to seek innovative ideas to reduce the threat from terrorist and malicious use of explosives and weapons in public spaces. The capabilities and systems funded have been designed to be used in crowded places by private sector companies who operate and manage many of our public spaces and transport locations.
DASA is keen to ensure that private sector operators are provided the opportunity to hear more from the successful suppliers and will be hosting an invitation-only briefing on 03 December at the International Security Expo. Register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/international-security-expo-dasa-icr-briefing-tickets-77978213937
Of note, attendees will need to register (for free*) to get into International Security Expo.
*If attendees haven’t pre-registered for the International Security Expo there is a charge of £99 plus VAT on the day to attend the Expo.