INTERPOL World 2017

INTERPOL World 2017

 The second edition of 
INTERPOL World will take place at Suntec Convention & Exhibition Centre from 5 to 7 July 2017.

The security landscape is evolving with the advancement of technologies.  Yet, technology alone cannot be the only solution to counter technological risk and threats. A strategic response has to be taken into account to fight transnational organized crime. A conscientious effort from the law enforcement agency, businesses and citizens, is necessary to protect ourselves, our assets and our property. 

The mandate of INTERPOL World, a global exhibition and congress platform, encapsulates the vision of a safer world through using innovations and engaging government, organizations, and strategic think tanks in a multi-stakeholder approach.

INTERPOL World 2017 is your chance to showcase your new technologies, equipment, tools and solutions to over 10,000 public security professionals and commercial buyers from around the world, who will convene in Singapore to discuss resolutions to face future security challenges.

The biennial 3-day exhibition and congress aims to bridge law enforcement, government bodies, international organisations, academia, and the security industry. The event will develop mutually beneficial collaborations, information sharing and present innovations to ensure faster and more accurate responses to security threats for an international audience.

SiTF will be leading the Singapore Pavilion and have secured iMAP subsidies to help exhibitors showcase themselves effectively at this important platform.

Singapore Pavilion exhibitors could also expect activities including business matching sessions with decision makers from the public sector, partnership exchange and networking opportunities with an international delegation comprises Australia, ASEAN, and Asia Pacific. 

Interested companies who is looking at exhibiting under the infocomm Singapore Pavilion, please contact Ms Jezerie Lan at 6325 9710 or

7/5/2017 - 7/7/2017

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