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UBM EMEA’s Protection and Management Series is the UK’s largest event dedicated to protecting and managing property, people and information. IFSEC International is Europe’s most renowned security event, and the only large scale security show to take place in Europe this year.

Attracting more than 27,000 visitors, attendees can take advantage of over 650 suppliers, 10,000 products and 80 hours of workshops and seminars across the 20, 21 and 22 June, at Excel London.

Up to 50% discount for visitors

For 2017, participating exhibitors are offering discounts of up to 50% across a range of products and services exclusively to visitors of the show. As a result, visitors will be able to make their budgets go even further than they have before, proving a clear return on investment before they even arrive.

Some notable discounts on offer are from Trikdis who are offering a discount of between 20% - 30%, across products which include; universal communicators, intruder alarm panels, receivers, and monitoring software. Another security supplier offering great value is Vanderbilt who will be offering the first 100 orders of their ACT365 product a free license when buying the starter pack worth £120.

The discount programme also includes exhibitors from other shows in the Protection and Management Series, which is comprised of FIREX International, Facilities Show, Safety & Health Expo, Field Service Management Expo and Professional Clothing Show, all taking place alongside IFSEC International on 20th – 22nd June, in ExCeL, London.

Group Marketing Manager, Protection & Management Series, Emily Nicols commented “Connecting buyers and sellers forms the foundation for everything we do here, so we’re really happy to be able to give our visitors the opportunity to stretch their budgets a little bit further and ensure there truly is no reason to miss Protection & Management Series 2017”.

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