Dahua wins award at Ifsec Southeast Asia

Dahua Technology was awarded “Most Informative Booth” at Ifsec Southeast Asia 2015 recently. Ifsec Southeast Asia is a leading Security, Fire and Safety exhibition and conference in Southeast Asia. This year, the event was held from 2-4 September at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre in Malaysia. Almost 350 international leading brands participated in the event, including Dahua, Panasonic, Samsung Vivotech, Uniview, Seneorlink and many other well-known companies in the security industry. An estimated 10,000 trade visitors attended this event from all over the world.

As a leading end-to-end surveillance provider, Dahua has engaged the Malaysian market for over 7 years. Long-term stable cooperation and relationships have been forged among Dahua, local distributors’ and clients. In 2015, Dahua has developed its own branded business agent to offer service of a higher level of quality.

For Dahua, the exhibition is not only a platform to present its leading status in the security industry, but also a chance to exchange experience with peers and experts. Within the attractive booth, Dahua promoters aimed to display devices and demonstrate solutions with intelligence and professionalism. This was recognised as standing above the other booths, resulting in the presentation of the “Most Informative Booth” being awarded to Dahua. This honour was an active topic of discussion by trade buyers and peer companies from the region.

“It is an honour to win the award among other competitive companies, and it is proof of Dahua’s leadership position in the market,” said Tim Shen, Marketing Director at Dahua Technology. “Dahua will continue to develop effective solutions and strategies to secure the public safety. Dahua will participate in many top-level exhibitions such as Ifsec Southeast Asia, to communicate more, learn more, and cooperate more in the industry.”

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