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Total Supply Chain Summit Oxfordshire May 2019
Oxfordshire, United Kingdom - May 20-21, 2019
Conference / congress

The Total Security Summit is a unique event for senior security professionals, and the suppliers who service them. It is focused around connecting buyers with suppliers covering all areas of security, from Access Control and Biometrics to Screening and Scanning; Business Continuity and Risk Management to SIA Security Training; Lone Worker Security to IP and IT Security ; and beyond.

Benefits include:

Free for senior security professionals to attend.
Security executives are matched with suppliers for a series of face-to-face, pre-arranged meetings based on mutual requirements.
Insightful and inspirational seminars hosted throughout the two days.
Opportunity to network with like-minded peers.
All hospitality, including overnight accommodation, all meals and refreshments, plus an invitation to the gala dinner with entertainment is entirely complimentary for security professionals.
$Millions of new business has been generated via these 'meet the buyer' events

May 20-21, 2019

08:00 - 16:00 (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time; Dublin, Lisbon, London

Heythrop Park, Enstone

Upon request: GBP 0.0

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