Fire safety, guidance & legislation at FIREX International

Sign up to free email newsletters



FIREX International 2020: 19-21 May, ExCeL London

Register now for your free ticket >>

 

Life safety is a right, not a privilege. Be part of the global gathering making that a reality.

Bringing together thousands of fire safety professionals and hundreds of suppliers of innovative solutions, FIREX International 2020 is the essential meeting place for fire protection, detection and prevention.

Taking place at ExCeL London on 19-21 May 2020, FIREX International helps you enhance your knowledge, expand your international network and adapt your fire safety strategy to a changing industry.

 

 

 

Why attend FIREX International?

  • Meet 130+ leading suppliers of fire safety products from across the entire security supply chain such as Advanced, Apollo Fire Detectors, C-TEC, Hochiki Europe, Kentec Electronics and more
  • Grow your network, expand your reach and guarantee a return-on-investment by meeting new clients and old colleagues in unrivalled networking opportunities
  • Meet industry organisations including the FSIA and BSI to expand your network
  • See products put to the test in on-stand demonstrations so you can make the right purchasing decisions with confidence
  • Discover insights, exciting industry developments and thought leadership from experts and business leaders at the Expertise and Guidance Theatre

This year, Counter Terror Expo, Ambition and Forensics Expo Europe will be co-located alongside FIREX International for the first time, bringing you more opportunities than ever to network with thousands more government, private sector, critical national infrastructure, transport and border security and emergency services professionals.

Interested in exhibiting at FIREX International?

FIREX International 2020 is your unique opportunity to boost your brand reputation and expose your products to a large, engaged audience of fire safety buyers. 69% of visitors to an event would recommend a brand they had met there, meaning securing a place on the FIREX International show floor can be a major boost for your bottom line.

  • Expose your brand to an engaged community of 18,000 fire safety professionals with a combined budget of £6.3 billion
  • Demonstrate your services and launch new products to potential buyers interested in passive fire protection and prevention, fire detection, passive fire prevention, emergency lighting and suppression systems
  • Meet the top echelon of fire safety buyers—the hosted buyer programme attracts fire safety professionals with an average budget of 4.5 million
  • Find potential contacts from related industries at co-located events including IFSEC International (security), Safety & Health Expo, Facilities Show, Intelligent Building Europe, Workplace Wellbeing Show and Counter Terror Expo

Get in touch with us today to discuss how exhibiting at FIREX International 2020 can help you reach more customers than ever.

How your organisation can benefit

Exhibiting is good for your organisation, and good for your ROI. Research by FaceTime shows it has a demonstrable effect on the positive perception of your brand, which improves by 21% after a live event. In addition, exhibiting is 3x more effective as a marketing tool than print media.

Reach the global fire safety industry

Plus, as an IFSEC Global reader, you can take advantage of our exclusive, year-round PR and content opportunities to keep potential clients and contacts engaged and exposed to your brand.

  • 61,961 email marketing database reach
  • 35,000+ total social media followers​
  • 517,707 annual unique visitors to IFSEC Global​
  • 35,800+ total fire briefing subscribers​
  • 176,414 annual unique visitors to IFSEC Directory listings​

 

Download the IFSEC Global media pack now to learn more about how we can expose your business to thousands of potential customers.

Read the latest articles, insight and announcements from FIREX International:


All you need to know about the FESS apprenticeship standard

All you need to know about the Fire, Emergency and Security (FESS) Apprenticeship Standard, which has been developed for the security and fire sector. Read More

Biometric padlock unveiled by Master Lock

Master Lock has launched a weather durable and attack robust biometric padlock that is said to allow for rapid fingerprint unlocking with no need for a traditional key. Read More

Apollo Fire Detectors set to celebrate 40th anniversary at FIREX 2020

Apollo Fire Detectors will be celebrating 40 years of making smart devices that keep people safe from fire at FIREX International 2020. Read More

Cyber resilience in aviation

Scott Nicholson, Delivery Director at Bridewell Consulting, details the challenges involved in the aviation sector in relation to cyber security. Read More

Supporting student access management with SMARTair software

SMARTair has provided an efficient solution to help manage the security of newly built student accomodation in Nantes, France. Read More

MGM Resorts hit by cyber attack, leaking personal data of guests

Hackers invade personal data of 10.6 million guests who stayed at MGM Resorts hotel during the summer of 2019. Read More

Government propose fire door checks every quarter

The upcoming fire safety bill is set to stipulate that fire doors in all blocks of flats will need to be checked every three months. Read More

Can facial recognition help contain the Coronavirus?

As the death toll continues to rise from the outbreak of the Coronavirus, there have been indications that facial recognition technology is being used to combat its spread. Read More

“IFSEC is still the major event for the security industry”

IFSEC Global speaks to Came BPT and Webeye, to better understand why they are exhibiting at IFSEC International 2020, and why security professionals should attend the show. Read More

£30k fine or jail for Leicester security boss

The sentencing follows Dogan's guilty plea at Leicester Magistrates' Court in October 2018 to three counts, for working without an SIA Licence and providing false information to SIA investigators. Read More