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The International Centre, Telford, hosts top public safety communications event British APCO for second year running

The International Centre, Telford, today announces that it has won the contract to host The BAPCO Annual Exhibition & Conference on behalf of the British Association of Public-Safety Communications Officers (BAPCO) for the second year running.

Taking place on 21st – 22nd March 2017 at The International Centre, Telford, British APCO will welcome over 1600 members of the public safety communications sector to its Annual Conference & Exhibition. The leading event for its sector in the UK showcases the latest technology and solutions from the public safety communications industry’s top suppliers. Attendees will also have the opportunity to attend a wide range of seminars and workshops as well as a range of unique feature areas such as a Technology Showcase Theatre, a Control Room Area and a Product Innovation & Connected Vehicle Zone.  

Ian Thompson, Chief Executive at BAPCO says: “After a successful event in 2016, British APCO is pleased to return to The International Centre, Telford, in March 2017 for is Annual Conference & Exhibition. It is an excellent, modern venue that has all the facilities needed to deliver a first class event. Last year, the staff did everything possible to ensure the event ran smoothly and that all delegates had a great experience, so we know we will be in excellent hands.”  

Diane Austin, Operations Director at The International Centre, Telford, adds: “We are thrilled to be welcoming British APCO back to The International Centre, Telford, for the second year in a row. Last year we worked closely with the organisers to assist with delivering a high-quality conference and we are looking forward to working with them again in 2017. ”

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