NSI summit in Manchester

by Mark Rowe

The NSI’s second Installer Summit, in Manchester on November 20, the first in the north of England, saw over 100 delegates and 35 exhibitors, the National Security Inspectorate reports.

The event at the Worsley Park Marriott Hotel included seminar sessions: on the importance of integrity and performance through the buying chain (CSL DualCom – Simon Banks); the value apprenticeships can bring to a business (Kings Security – Anthony King); the do’s and don’ts of social media (IFSEC Global – Tristan Norman); Google marketing (NVisage – Clinton Porter); employment law tips (Citation – Louise Lockett); funding for capital growth (Baker Tilly -Rob Donaldson); and the myths of cloud security (RISCO – Steve Riley). An update from ACPO was delivered on the reduction of false alarms due to improving technology.

NSI Chief Executive, Richard Jenkins, said afterwards: “Following the success of the first NSI Installer Summit in Birmingham in March, we listened to our installers and brought the event to Manchester. The NSI Installer Summit is a truly unique event for our approved companies, providing them with the opportunity to network, get up close to the latest products from the leading manufacturers, hear first hand from NSI technical experts about developments in Standards and to be given business solution advice from a number of business-related specialists. We believe the Installer Summit adds real value to the NSI community ensuring NSI approved installers are well informed about developments that impact their industry and their businesses. With the exceptionally positive feedback we have received from both events, we are delighted to announce our next Installer Summit will take place in Birmingham on March 10 – save the date!”

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•View a selection of photos from the day via NSI’s Pinterest site:
•Download the presentations:

NSI add that if you are interested in sponsorship, or exhibiting at the next NSI Installer Summit at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham on March 10, email: or call: 01628 764843. Delegate registration for this event will be launched shortly.

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