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GSIA to Host 4th Global Security Industry Congress at CPSE 2013 2014-11-25

The Global Security Industry Alliance (GSIA) is pleased to announce that the fourth Global Security Industry Congress will be held October 30-31, 2013, in conjunction with the 14th China Protection Security Expo (CPSE) at the Shenzhen Convention Center. The GSIA has received participation confirmation from 18 foreign delegations with more than one hundred security professional delegates from around the world.


“The GSIA Congress was designed to provide a platform for security industry professionals from around the world on which to debate and exchange ideas, access information and network peer-to-peer,” said Richard Chace, Chairman of the GSIA. “The Congress will focus on security industry professionals providing information on the state of the global security industry while the GSIA Gold Shield Awards Gala will recognize individual outstanding contributions to the responsible development of the global security industry.”


This two-day congress, organized by the GSIA, is getting overwhelming response from the security industry worldwide and is expected to attract security industry association representatives from 25 countries including the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, India, Turkey, Italy, Russia, Sweden, and Brazil among others.


“The local Shenzhen government and the entire team at CPSE is highly invested in the success of this event and has provided generous support by ensuring all arrangements for the conferences have been made; now we eagerly await our delegates,” said Jincai Yang, Chairman of CPSE.


Representatives and delegates from around the world will begin to arrive on October 28, 2013 and soon embark on a busy but rewarding week of networking and global discussion. It is anticipated that nearly 150,000 people will attend the 14th CPSE show in Shenzhen this year.

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