12 June 2023

Danish Security Fair is larger than ever before

At the end of August, MESSE C lays its hall floors for the fourth time for Denmark's largest security fair. And this year the fair will be even bigger - on several levels.

Danish Security Fair is for everyone who works professionally with security and securing buildings. At the fair, experts, companies and organizations gather to present the latest products on the market in security equipment and technology.

The last time Danish Security Fair was held in 2021, it also had growing pains then. But this year it breaks all records, when the fair's area is expanded from 5,000 to 7,000 m2 and thereby becomes 30 percent larger.

"We have noticed a great interest from international companies, and this year there will be representatives from Belgium, the Netherlands and the USA, among others. We have not advertised the fair beyond the country's borders, so they have found out for themselves that we exist," says Charlotte Buus, who is project manager at MESSE C.

The number of companies and industry professionals who want to exhibit has also spread like wildfire – in 2021, at the end of spring, almost 65 exhibitors were registered for the fair. At the same time this year, the figure was approx. 80.

"The fair will be even bigger, because more people are waiting in the "backstage." And with more international companies than previous years, it can only be a fantastic fair," says the excited project manager.

Knowledge sharing and Live Video Event

At this year's Danish Security Fair, there will be a particular focus on knowledge sharing, and there will be meetings and demonstrations of various security equipment.

There will, among other things, be held three daily themed meetings with a focus on current topics, such as IT security, outdoor security and voice notification.

"These meetings are held in close collaboration with our skilled partners from SikkerhedsBranchen, who are also facilitators at the meetings," says Charlotte Buus.

In addition to these meetings, there will also be membership meetings for industry-relevant associations, and the meetings will be open to all interested parties.

The success from previous years, the Live Video Event, will of course also return.

Here, some of the exhibitors will talk about and demonstrate their camera and surveillance equipment, all while the spectators can follow along on a big screen.

With a full program for the last two days of August, there is sure to be something to interest you as well.