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Overseas demand drives expansion of UK Security Expo

[LONDON 01MARCH 2018] UK Security Expo run by Nineteen Events, will undergo a major expansion in 2018 due to increaseddemand from overseas companies and now becomes the International Security Expo.

With over 12,500 visitors and 350 exhibitors expected on November 28-29 in London, an increase of 38% on the previous year, the event is growing at exceptional speed.To accommodate this growth the show will take not only the entire Grand Hall at London Olympia but also the adjoining West Hall to cater forthe larger number of international visitors and exhibitors, more dedicatedCountry Pavilions including the USA, Canada, China, Israel, Singapore and Japan, inclusion of more conferences such as Hotel, Retail, education and Night Time Economy Security and also the brand new Urban Spaces immersive feature.

The Foreign Engagement teamcommented, “Working with The Department for International Trade (DIT)’s Defence & Security Organisation (DSO), the Home Office (JSaRC) and The Department for Transport (DfT) – we help our UK exhibitors increase exports by building relationships with overseas buyers, raising awareness of UK industry capabilities, and co-ordinating HM Government support for export opportunities in established and developing markets.

We have seen a growing demand from International buyers over the past 2 years, with government hosted delegations rising from 30 countries to 57 countries in 2017 andincreasing to 65 countries in 2018 – representing over £1bn of spending power.Plus, an increase in overseas companies recognising the value of the UK market and its global influence, reflected in our growing number of country pavilions. We are also pleased to have recently secured funding from Visit Britain who recognise our success in bringing international buyers into the UK and aim to further support our growth plans.”

International Security Expo will continue to focus on high-end Homeland Security capabilities with exhibiting companies such as L3, NUCTECH, QinetiQ, Rapiscan, Rohde & Schwarz, Hartmann, HERAS, Rosehill Security and Zaun taking centre stage on the show floor, but will also blend more with Commercial Security technologies aimed at Buildings and Facilities,Hotels, Retailer and Night Time Economy buyers,delivering higher ROI for exhibitors from a more extensive buying chain.

Peter Jones, Chief Executive at Nineteen Events, who is overseeing the transition to International Security Expo says, “Our vision is to deliver the largest and most credible global security event. The UK is the right place to host theinternational security communityeach year as it has an established security industrial base producing first class solutionswhich are highly regarded around the world. It is also seen as a world leader in implementing the best solutions to increasing security challenges. International Security Expo is the natural progression for the show brand and strengthens our positionin achievingour objectives in the near future.”



International Security Expo is the premier showcase for Homeland and Commercial security attracting a global audience of government, transport& borders, law enforcement, military, emergency services, CNI, cyber security, facilities managers and the public and private sectors. Through a series of conferences, workshops and interactive features, the event tackles some of the most challenging threats to our citizens, borders and infrastructure.

Put the date in your diary now – 28-29 November 2018, London Olympia. Visit the website at www.internationalsecurityexpo.comfor more information.

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