Counter Terror Expo is shifting to the prestigious Grand Hall at London Olympia next year. The move has been prompted by unprecedented demand from exhibitors and delegates alike and marks Counter Terror Expo out as being the premier global event for professionals at the sharp end in delivering a robust defence against the threat presented by international terrorism.
Demand “The counter-terrorism world is dynamic and the range of threats faced is diverse. Therefore it is incumbent upon us to deliver an event that reflects the operational demands placed on professionals in this vitally important national security arena,” comments Peter Jones, managing director, Counter Terror Expo. “Substantial demand for more space and feedback from exhibitors, speakers and delegates who regularly attend has directed our thinking and driven the changes we have made in order to deliver an even bigger and clearly focused event in 2011.”
Counter Terror Expo’s carefully researched conference programme brings over 70 world renowned issue specific experts together to deliver insight, analysis and perspective to the threats faced, across four conference streams developed to accurately reflect the most critical issues and deliver clear focus for debate.
The showcase exhibition brings the world’s leading industrialists together to display and demonstrate the counter-measure tools available to professionals in the field, as well as to discuss future requirement with governmental strategists and develop refinement with those delivering counter-measures in the operational environment.
Counter Terror Expo’s carefully crafted programme of educational workshops brings the world leading industry experts together with end users to deliver an in-depth understanding of the strategic use of technology in clearly defined operational scenarios.
“We continually evolve the event to reflect the ever changing dynamics of the counter-terrorism world. This evolution will be even more evident in 2011, with delivery of live and interactive demonstrations, particularly of EOD/IEDD hardware, in a specially constructed open plan theatre at the heart of the exhibition floor. This is just one of the many visible changes including our new look branding,” Peter adds.
Website changes Coinciding with news of significant expansion in the Counter Terror Expo programme, we are also pleased to announce that our online presence is undergoing a makeover.
“Visitors to our website will soon experience a new look and feel which brings core information firmly to the forefront and ensures that key resources are never far away. The website is not only our face to the world but also a portal to vital support tools designed to make exhibiting and registering for the event a breeze,” concludes Peter Jones.
Counter Terror Expo’s new look website is scheduled to go live at the beginning of September and delivers in-depth information for participants, up to the minute news about the event itself, emerging issues and incidents, as well as key feature material and announcements from the very many exhibitors attending this world class event.
The new look and feel, including, logo, colour schemes and layout concepts carry over to related supporting materials and publications.
Counter Terror Expo will be held in the Grand Hall of the Olympia Exhibition & Conference Centre, 19-20 April 2011.