South India’s very own Security Show, SAFE 2015, generates excitement

As the date of the SAFE 2015 nears,South India is showing excitement at the security show that promises to be the first of many in this part of the country. UBM India said that they were sure that a large gathering would be present at the inauguration and during the show days,since over 25% of the central PSUs have their registered headquarters located in Tamil Nadu and UBM India has strategically chosen the state capital to host SAFE 2015 owing to its accessibility to leading companies across industries.Companies/brands participating include Asian Paints, Amazon Development Centre, Apollo Hospitals, Security& Intelligence Services,
Idea Cellular, RRB Energy, VMS Technologies, Royal Enfield, Apple Systems, Matrix Technology, Prestige Group, Larsen & Toubro, HCL Technologies, Nokia Solutions & Networks, ITC, Wipro, Hawk Eye Technologies, Ernst & Young, Hyatt Hotel, ICICI Bank, Toshiba, Siemens, Titan,and Eureka Forbesamong others
With SAFE 2015 being the only such trade event in the region, UBM India is offering market-entry and business opportunities to the growing market in the region while strengthening the supply chain side of the industry.

The show will have Mr M.C. Sambantham, Addl. Director, Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health, Govt. Of Tamil Nadu, as the guest honour with Mr – R Nand Kumar, Founder President, Electronic Security Association of India, also gracing the occasion.

Although the show was planned primarily to cater to agencies which are largely south India based, it has attracted the interest of a large number of companies that are from other parts of the country. UBM India says it expects excellent footfalls for SAFE 2015 and adds it is certain that it will give south based companies an opportunity to interact with visitors that are expected from pan India.

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