Event Overview & Attendee Information:
NFPA's Conference & Expo is a can't-miss showcase that combines an unrivaled educational conference with a comprehensive expo of the latest products and services. There is no better opportunity to learn, discover, network, and stay current with advances in your field.
NFPA Conference & Expo is the year's largest and most important event for the fire protection, life safety, and electrical professionals. NFPA combines an unrivaled training conference with a comprehensive expo featuring more than 360 of the industry's top product and service providers—all in one place for your convenience!
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Here’s why you belong at the largest industry event of its kind in North America.
Every year thousands of the top fire, electrical, and building safety professionals from all over the country—and around the world—consider attending the NFPA Conference & Expo a MUST. What do they know that keeps them coming back? They know there’s no better place to be when they’re looking for ways to do a better job…update their knowledge…solve a problem…save money…make more money…keep up with their competition… and much more.
With attendance of over 5,000 top professionals, NFPA C&E is a great opportunity to engage your customers, prospects, and supply chain partners that help move your products through the value chain.
If you sell products for fire protection, security, electrical or life safety, NFPA media and events should be the foundation of your marketing plan.
Who should exhibit?
If your products are used in fire protection, security, electrical or life safety, this event is a great opportunity to position your brand and your company as an industry leader and promote the benefits and solutions you can offer.
The entire industry value chain—a national and international audience of designers, consultants, contractors, service companies, end-users, and public safety authorities.
The NFPA Conference & Expo brings to life the products and services needed to meet and maintain compliance with prevailing codes and standards in the design, construction and operation of buildings and facilities of every kind.
The mission of the international nonprofit NFPA, established in 1896, is to reduce the worldwide burden of fire and other hazards on the quality of life by providing and advocating consensus codes and standards, research, training, and education.