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BSIA to run live broadcast for installers and integrators interested in membership
01 May 2020
THE BRITISH Security Industry Association (BSIA) is set to run a live broadcast encouraging security installers and system integrators to consider membership of the Trade Association.
The broadcast will take place on Wednesday 6 May at 2.00 pm and will showcase how the Trade Association can these practising security professionals in the immediate and long-term.
Sharing their thoughts on the value of Trade Association membership will be the BSIA's CEO Mike Reddington, CSL Group managing director Simon Banks and Alan Wheelans, managing director of Border Safeguard.
The broadcast is free to attend.
Mike Reddington said: “Being part of a strong Trade Association has never been more important. As an industry we are better together; sharing ideas, working in partnership and influencing Government while promoting the expertise and innovation of our members to the national audience and, in turn, tomorrow’s customer.”
Reddington continued: "There has never been a more important time for our industry to be addressing the rapid changes that are occurring and being at the heart of the security industry through the BSIA means it's better in the long run to be a member than just an observer. We look forward to sharing our insight with any company wishing to join and welcome everyone to the broadcast.”
Those interested in attending the event can register via the BSIA's Eventbrite page.
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