Forum Events introduce new Security microsite
Forum Events launches a new microsite for their Total Security Summit event.
As part of a wider campaign to support the security industry, Forum Events has this week launched a new engaging partner microsite for the security industry.
The new design has been carefully planned to create a smoother journey to enable partners to better understand Forum’s unique Summit concept.
In 2015, originally consisting of a twice annual Summit, the security brand has since incorporated eConnect – a twice monthly newsletter providing readers with current and informative industry knowledge.
Katie Houghton: Head of Marketing comments:
‘The security microsite is just one of 22 new microsites we will be launching over the next few months. It forms part of a wider strategy here at Forum Events to better inform our partners new and existing of the niche events we run across multiple different industries. It will provide a streamlined solution to understand the event, find out more information and to book on easily and seamlessly.’
The next Total Security Summit is being held on 14th & 15th March 2016 and will bring together security professionals and key industry solution providers to discuss the latest technologies and innovations in focused face-to-face meetings and networking opportunities over the course of two days.
The event is specifically organised for senior Managers and Directors who are directly responsible for their facility’s security and safety with active budgets and upcoming projects who are looking to meet with new business contacts.
The Total Security Summit brand has seen incredible growth and will now benefit from a platform whereby new and existing partners can keep ahead of the game with industry news, book to attend the Summit online and benefit from targeted advertising opportunities which are built in to our overall partner packages.
Forum Events was formed in 1996 by Gill McCaughay, Paul Rowney and Gill Woods. Gill McCaughay and Paul Rowney were shareholders of a publishing company whose main publication was Direct Response Magazine. The first event “The Direct Marketing Forum” was launched off the back of the magazine and hence the new company was formed.