Why take part?
Efus’ 2020 conference is an opportunity to showcase your technologies, practices or services to 800 officials and security professionals from across Europe and the world including: elected officials, government representatives, safety and security professionals, city planners, transportation operators, etc.
By becoming a partner of the conference, you will:
- Ensure the visibility of your organisation
- Promote your services, expertise and activities
- Meet elected officials and security professionals from all over the world
- Collect information on the needs and concerns of your target audience
- Provide members of your team with an informative, collaborative and international experience
How to take part?
We offer a wide range of sponsorship and exhibition options that can be tailored to your requirements and to suit your budget:
Co-construct a thematic activity
Participate in the organisation of a conference activity (training, zoom session) in your field.
Facilitate the attendance and contributions of a group of your team members, partners or clients, and provide them the opportunity to learn and network in an international context.
Sponsor a networking event
Gain visibility for your organisation and provide a convivial moment for exchange between conference participants by sponsoring a networking event such as lunch, cocktail or dinner.
Give visibility to your organisation
The conference will be promoted by an intense communication campaign before, during and after the event. Take advantage of those numerous opportunities to ensure visibility for your organisation towards all participants and more than 800 security actors from Efus’ expert network.
Book a stand
The exhibition area will allow you to present your city or your services, products, or innovation in the field of urban security and crime prevention to a targeted and international audience.
The exhibition area will be located within the networking area and will be open throughout the conference.
Given the limited amount of available exhibition stands, they will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.