Welcome to IFSEC Istanbul 2015
IFSEC Istanbul is the security and fire event to reach the Southeast European, Central Asian and Middle Eastern markets.
|Istanbul, at the hub of South East Europe, offers an unrivalled route to the Middle East and new Turkic republics in Central Asia. With one of the highest output growth rates in Europe, the challenges poised by Turkey’s growth necessitates improving the overall planning system and local public management, making this the perfect time to enter this market. To enquire about the 2015 event, please email email@example.com|
Who should visit?
- Managers, directors and consultants responsible for safety, security, operations, facilities and IT in commercial sectors such as construction, hospitality, health and education, petrochemicals, finance and the media.
- Local fire and security installers, distributors, manufacturers, systems designers, consultants and value-added resellers.
Representatives from Government bodies such as the Public Security Department, Civil Defence General Directorate, The Special Security Forces, Law Enforcement/Prison Services, and Customs/Excise.
Who should exhibit?
The 2015 IFSEC Istanbul will provide the perfect branding platform for international suppliers and local product providers to showcase their solutions to a receptive audience with immediate requirements, who will be attending the high-level IFSEC Istanbul Conference and viewing the latest innovations.
Enquire about exhibiting in 2015
"During the European Union membership process as per the national policies of our country, we have to follow the developments and improvements in the European Private Security Sector and have to base our approach and works on the coordination and collaboration between the Public / Private Security Sectors in European countries. Therefore, we have to align our laws and regulations regarding professional training, professional opportunities and standards with European countries. We are confident that IFSEC Istanbul will therefore be the benchmark event in the sector."