Published on 6 November, 2012
|The top 40 will represent the entire security buying chain from manufacturer to distributor
As IFSEC approaches its 40th year, the IFSEC team would like to know who deems the 40 most influential players in the global security and fire industry today. From the hottest conference speakers, to the most followed tweeters, IFSEC wants to compile a global list of the top 40 leading thinkers and innovators.
With a plethora of exciting developments taking place in these innovative industries, IFSEC requests its customers to nominate the individual who is the most influential person in the security and fire markets today.
Rob Ratcliff, Web Content Manager on the IFSEC Digital portfolio, comments:
“This is the first time anyone has ever tried to produce such an extensive list of the most influential people in the global security and fire industries. This list is not just another awards programme but a chance for us to find some of the true innovators of the industry whose work is shaping the future of the security and fire world.”
“I would ask people to think hard about some of the less well known individuals who are instrumental in changing technology. We want this list to represent the most comprehensive and complete one compiled to date – for this we’ll need nominations from all around the world.”
The top 40 will represent the entire security buying chain from manufacturer through to distributor, installer, integrator, consultant, trainer and end user.
IFSEC is also looking for nominations of key industry stakeholders so don’t rule out police chiefs, politicians or trade associations.
Nominate top influencer, together with their company, and a short explanation (up to 100 words) of why one feels this person is one of the most influential players in the global security and fire industry today. Visit http://www.ifsec.co.uk/40 now to submit your nomination.
Nominations must be for people not organisations; however nomination for the CEO or managing director of a particularly innovative company is valid. If more than one person springs to mind, one can also nominate two others. Entries close on Thursday 22 November 2012.