GSA 2015 Welcomes Over 5,000 Visitors

March 24, 2015

Earlier this month, Global Security Asia (GSA) concluded its 6th edition with nearly 200 exhibitors from 32 countries, and welcomed more than 5,000 visitors.

GSA 2015 was held at the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre from 3rd to 5th March. Showcasing the latest trends and technologies in homeland security, the event also included a conference titled “The New Asian Threat Landscape”, which addressed key issues surrounding the ISIS threat to the region.

Andrew Marriott, managing director of GSA Exhibitions Pte Ltd, said, “Our exhibitors and delegates were very positive about what they took away from our show. The various threats to national security keep evolving and growing in new ways and there is no doubt that we will see even stronger interest in MILIPOL Asia-Pacific in 2017, incorporating Global Security Asia, in Singapore, as collaboration across the region deepens.”

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