The #UKIESF is a platform to share examples of best practice that can be replicated by emergency services and councils across the country. Being part of this interactive forum allows you to share your experience, knowledge and success stories to colleagues from the industry and in turn to hear case studies from across the UK that you could potentially replicate in your area.
You'll have the chance to network with Senior Officials from Government, Emergency Services and Local Council, giving you the chance to build your reputation and relationships with key industry stakeholders. At the same time you can engage with suppliers of technology at a time where they are looking to collaborate with experts such as yourself to guide them on what you want the latest solutions to actually achieve. As the numbers are limited you will be able to spend time with these delegates and have full exploratory discussions that will ensure you extract real benefit from attendance.
We’re proud to be working in partnership with The Cabinet Office’s ResilienceDirect Department, British APCO and the Police ICT Company, these partnerships have enhanced the quality of the series and has accelerated our momentum and reputation, the forums are seen as a vital tool for collaboration and development between key stakeholders from the Emergency Services, Local Councils, National Government and Suppliers to explore how implementation of innovative technology can support forces to improve public services whilst meeting strict cost cutting requirements. Working with these organisations ensures we have the key stakeholders present and enables us to create an agenda based on real issues being faced on a daily basis by the emergency services, local and national government.
Our open, interactive format allows all delegates to engage from the outset, the day is formed around three panel sessions where you will have the chance to influence the agenda by contributing key topics prior to the event. We don't have any powerpoint led presentations, each of the sessions are fully interactive and all audience members are encouraged to contribute from the first minute which makes for a really energetic discussion and importantly quickly starts to identify common challenges being faced across the region.
2016 will be another challenging year for the emergency services so it is vitally important that we bring the key stakeholders together from each region to make things easier, share best practice and ultimately improve a service which is about saving lives.