The final day of the Securing Asia & Africa 2014 witnessed the formation of strategic partnerships between international delegations from Asia and Africa.
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Enhancement of Border Management in India expected to create boom in business opportunities for domestic
With the security sector seeing growth, innovation and advancement across the board, it looks like other events are getting ready to enjoy similar success this year.
The second and final day of Securing Asia 2013, the Asian Homeland Security, Defence & Counter Terror Summit, gave rise to an unforeseen number of negotiations and business deals struck.
Government officials, entrepreneurs and leading academics from both Asia and the West, gathered in London’s Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre to mark the start of Securing Asia 2013.
Asia is now the most coveted homeland security and defence market in the world, a market valued in excess of $1 trillion. Now all eyes, including those in Asia, are turning to Africa. Along with many US and European firms, China and India are in fierce competition to win over key African homeland security contracts.
The Securing Asia summit provides small and medium-sized companies the ideal opportunity to enter the thriving market in the region. Maroof Raza, author and media commentator on military and security issues in India, told SecurityNewsDesk how British and European companies can benefit from a demand for technology and expertise.
The Securing Asia conference opens up “great market potential” for security companies looking towards India as cities scramble to set up effective security and surveillance systems, according to the event’s organisers.
SecurityNewsDesk has been selected as the official video service provider at Securing Asia for a second successive year.
Following on from the resounding success of the Securing Asia 2012 Homeland Security and Counter