Securex West Africa is the most established security exhibition in West Africa encompassing fire and rescue, commercial, homeland and cyber security.
In 2017 the event saw 1,935 industry visitors and 55 exhibitors take to the floor to showcase their products and discuss new business opportunities. For the 2018 edition the expectation is that these numbers will be eclipsed with 2,500 visitors and over 80 brands are expected to congregate for the seventh edition of the leading regional event.
The event is held in Lagos, the commercial capital of Nigeria and indeed West Africa. It takes place ata purpose built exhibition venue, The Landmark Centre, on Victoria Island from the 20 – 21 March 2018.
Alongside the exhibition a high level conference program will run with presentations, technical classes and panel discussions from the leading minds in the sector from across the region and around the globe. The conference is being constructed in close collaboration with the leading Industry Associations, Commercial Partners and Ministries so that it focuses on the issues that are most pertinent for West Africa.
As well as the more conventional conference program, 2018 will also see the return of the West African Cyber Security Summit (WACSS) which launched in 2017 to a full audience of cyber and security managers all wanting to understand better ways to protect their organisation from the growing threat posed by the internet of things.
And for the first time, 2018 will see Firexpo West Africa launched as its own event within Securex. It concentrates its attention on the fire and rescue industry and will have its own dedicated marketing campaign to galvanise those in the industry to meet at the maiden edition of the regions only focusedindustry event.
2018 will host the seventh edition in West Africa of this continent wide exhibition, with sister shows in South Africa and Kenyaand it promises to continue its place as the paramount platform for discussing business propositions and sharing initiatives within the sectors.
For more information visit: www.securexwestafrica.com
Contact: Joleen Sibley
Tel: +44 (0) 207 886 3048