Global Counter Terrorism Conference and more
The Grey Hare Media team are supporting the UK Security Expo on the 29th and 30th November 2017 at Olympia in London and a flagship event at the expo is the Global Counter Terrorism Conference.
Given our relationship with the event we are able to offer special rates for the only paid element of the event, the Global Counter Terrorism Conference to Grey Hare Media contacts.
This exclusive two day Global Counter Terrorism Conference featuring a series of world renowned experts including head of authorites and senior government sepakers from across the globe.
There are confirmed representatives from Barcelona, Melbourne, Brussels, The Hague, Rotterdam, London, and hopefully Berlin and Manchester.
Topics covered will include Border Security Post Brexit and free movement in the EU, Countering Radicalisation & Tackling Extremism, Cyber Warfare, UK/Europe/NATO and Trump’s America and Migration.
Keynote Speakers include:
>> UK Security Minister, Ben Wallace MP
>> Dr Erroll Souther – A former FBI Agent, who also previously served as Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Deputy Director in the California Office of Homeland Security and President Barack Obama’s first nominee for Assistant Secretary of the Transportation Security Administration.
The ‘Early Bird’ rates for the Global Counter Terrorism Conference taking place at UK Security Expo on the 29-30 November in London have now expired but for a limited time only I have a special code you can enter online to roll back the current prices to the pre Early Bird prices of £199+vat for a one day pass and £299+vat for a two day pass.
If you would like to attend the Exclusive Global Counter Terrorism Conference please select pass option ‘UK Security Expo Pass including Global Counter Terrorism Conference’ when booking online by clicking on the picture and be sure to enter code GCTROLLBACK.
There are so many other events at the show that are free and one of the things I love about this event is that the organisers are not just about selling floorspace and getting random visitors – they genuinely want to add value knowing that it is adding that value that will encourage visitors and exhibitors. This is the only event I see taking this approach.
Peter Jones who, with his great team organise the whole thing, is adamant that he wants to create the platform needed to enable the exchange of best practice, other ideas and a better understanding of lessons and technology in a way that brings together Government agencies and security forces, the private sector and equipment manufacturers to give a strong foundation to build the content on.
If you can’t make the Global Counter Terrorism Conference and just want to come to the event and other conferences which are all free then just click on the picture below and register for your FREE pass: