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UK’s Vemotion to participate in Milipol Qatar

ngfhgfhgUK-based Vemotion, a wireless video transmission specialist, said that it will participate in Milipol Qatar 2016, to be held in Doha, Qatar, with an aim of further building on its global expansion strategy.

The event takes place at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Center from October 31 to November 2.

The company attended last year’s event for the first time, and received a great response from potential clients and business partners in the territory, making attending this year’s event a ‘must’, said a statement from Vemotion.

Now in its 11th year, Milipol is regarded as the most influential trade exhibition in the security and surveillance sector, with Vemotion regularly attending events in both Qatar and France.

Vemotion’s CEO Stewart McCone said that the event complements the company’s recent moves into further international territories.

McCone said: “The name Milipol is synonymous with the security industry and needs no introduction. With each event we attend, we recognise just how important the event is, and we look forward to demonstrating our latest products and technological innovations to a very receptive audience.”

“We have regularly participated in Milipol France, but it was only last year that we attended the Qatar event for the first time. It was immediately obvious that Milipol Qatar would be vital component of our international expansion plans and will act as a catalyst to help us develop and maintain key relationships in the region,” he added.

“It was clear from our Qatar experience last year, among others, that there is a genuine global market for our expertise. Our aim is to tap into this further in conjunction with our other international territory developments including Africa, France, Canada, USA and the Far East,” he said.

“Our company can be adapted to work anywhere, and by that we don’t just mean anywhere in the UK, but anywhere globally,” he concluded. – TradeArabia News Service
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