Nedap had organised the ASIS Welcome Party in Hague for the 1st time last year & wanted to facilitate an informal networking opportunity

The ASIS Welcome Party, powered by Nedap will take place on 29 March 2015 in Frankfurt, Germany

Nedap and ASIS International recently signed an agreement, which states that Nedap is to organise the ASIS Welcome Party on the eve of the 14th ASIS European Security Conference & Exhibition in Frankfurt.

‘Nedap organised the ASIS Welcome Party in The Hague for the first time last year. During the evaluation of this we quickly agreed that Nedap should do this again in Frankfurt,’ said Michiel Gen, Director EMEA & APAC from ASIS International. ‘We noticed that there is a real need among conference visitors to meet each other in an informal setting on the eve of an ASIS European Security Conference & Exhibition. Most people do know each other, but don’t see each other often. What’s more, “new” security professionals attend every year, who are finding their way in the ASIS network. Nedap wanted to facilitate an informal networking opportunity and has been our exclusive partner since last year.’

Arjan Bouter, Nedap Sales Director, added: ‘Today, security professionals are being challenged more rigorously and having the right contacts is indispensable. That is why we are delighted to offer a platform that gives them the opportunity to exchange ideas with each other in an informal setting. The idea of doing this during the ASIS European Security Conference & Exhibition evolved naturally. This year we are delighted to provide this opportunity again in Frankfurt in a surprising and challenging ambiance, close to the hotels and the trade fair.’

The ASIS Welcome Party, powered by Nedap will take place on 29 March 2015 in an accessible networking setting on the eve of the 14th ASIS European Security Conference & Exhibition in Frankfurt.

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