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Steven Norris, President of ITS – UK (Intelligent Transport Systems), Chairman of Jarvis plc and former Transport Minister and London mayoral candidate will officially open Passenger Transport Solutions 2004, at Olympia 2 on September 15 and 16.

Helping senior end-users from across the security and fire industry meet and do business with the right solutions providers, Global Security Summit London (www.globalsecurity-summit.com) is launching its pre-qualified meetings service. Offering the organisers say greater collaboration opportunities than a traditional exhibition, organisers will match security solution ‘buyers’ with ‘sellers’ and provide personalised itineraries for senior level security end-users consisting of meetings, thought leadership, education and networking.

Simon Parker, Managing Director, UBM said: “UBM have been at the heart of the security industry for over 20 years and have consistently provided events that deliver value for our visitors and exhibitors. As industries move on and evolve we need to provide formats that adapt to changing circumstances and needs. Global Security Summit London has an exciting new format that ensures buyers and sellers meet in an atmosphere conducive to doing business. It takes the “chance” element out by providing a series of pre-arranged meetings, connecting people that will benefit from talking to each other. This will provide an instantly quantifiable return-on-investment and represents a first for the security industry.”

To help deliver maximum return-on-investment to delegates, a strict pre-qualification process will be carried out to ensure that contacts are relevant and the knowledge is topical. An extensive marketing and PR campaign will also help exhibitors raise their profile in the lead up to the event. Backed by the crème de la crème of the security industry, Global Security Summit has the support of ASIS International ‚Äì UK Chapter, the Association of Security Consultants (ASC), British Security Industry Association (BSIA), Fire Protection Association (FPA) and the Security Institute (SyI).

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