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SECURA North Africa: many opportunities in the region

SECURA North Africa

SECURA North Africa Expo & Conference, the exhibition that will take place in Algiers, Algeria, from November 22 to 24, 2022, will gather visitors and exhibiting companies belonging to the sectors of fire prevention, safety at work, industrial and homeland security, emergency, and cybersecurity.

With the previous edition, held in 2020, having attracted more than 60 exhibitors and over 4.000 visitors, the organizers are eager to welcome professionals that will have the opportunity to meet colleagues within the security sector, do business, and gather information about the latest trends and newest technologies. “We work closely with key brands of the industry – they say – to ensure that SECURA North Africa is not just an ordinary trade show, but delivers the right blend of suppliers and content they look for. This audience of senior decision-makers are ready do to business, you just need to show them why your solution is perfect for their needs”.

SECURA will also host many conferences by national and international experts, who will examine in depth aspects of crisis management, public security and safety, fire prevention, private security, maritime security, security management, new technologies, etc.

The exhibition will feature a designated APP by which it will be possible to collect a database of contacts by scanning the visitors’ badges. In 2020, “the event – the organizers say – generated onsite deals in construction projects, IPEs, perimeter protection, access control, fire prevention and firefighting, private security, cybersecurity, emergency and disaster equipment. But it is also an excellent platform for international companies in that sector looking for local representatives in Algeria and the North African region”, they end.

Picture by SECURA North Africa – Easyfairs.

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