The Security Event - powered by Security Essen arrives at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham, UK from 9 to 11 April 2019. This major new security exhibition features around 100’s of security brands. Visitors can now register online for the event, organised by Western Business Exhibitions (WBE). Cooperation partner is Messe Essen (Germany), organiser of the trade fair for civil security Security Essen.
The British market is one of the most important markets for the security industry worldwide. The Security Event, powered by Security Essen aims to deliver a world-class exhibition dedicated to UK security professionals, installers and integrators.
Unrivalled networking opportunities
The Security Event has been developed with support from ten of the industry’s major players and tailored to precisely meet the needs of the security industry. Numerous key companies from the international security industry will be on site – including Anixter, ASSA ABLOY, Avigilon, Comelit, Dahua, Honeywell, TDSi, Texecom, Tyco, Videcon and many more. Visitors can obtain their free event ticket now from the website.
Challenges and opportunities within the sector will be discussed by security experts as well as showcasing the latest innovations on the market
Under the motto ‘Designed by the industry, for the industry’ - The Security Event will offer a tailor-made education programme, alongside unrivalled networking opportunities for security professionals. Challenges and opportunities within the sector will be discussed by security experts as well as showcasing the latest innovations on the market.
Accessible exhibition venue
The Security Event will take place parallel to three already well-established successful WBE exhibitions. These are The Health & Safety Event, The Fire Safety Event, also powered by Security Essen and The Facilities Event. This setup will create synergy, offering visitors relevant added value during their visit to the NEC, Birmingham.
The NEC, Birmingham is considered the home of the UK commercial security industry. Thanks to easy, direct links to the British motorway network, mainline train stations and a local international airport – the NEC is the most accessible exhibition venue in the UK. On site 16,500 parking spaces are also available for visitors.