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Biometrics Institute, Elsevier Partner for Biometrics 2014

Published: Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Last Updated: Wednesday, February 19, 2014
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The Biometrics Institute announce strategic partnership with Elsevier for the delivery of the Biometrics 2014 Conference & Exhibition to be held on the 21-23 October 2014 in London.

The international Biometrics Institute is known for its expertise and long track-record in bringing together the industry as a whole including end users, suppliers and academics. It has been proactively working with the industry as a truly independent body since 2001.Elsevier has been successfully running the Biometrics Conference & Exhibition in London since 2001 attracting an audience from around the world. By bringing together the strength of these two international brands, this exclusive strategic alliance will provide the industry with an event that will deliver excellent content, speakers and delegates on a large international stage.

Isabelle Moeller, Chief Executive of the Biometrics Institute stated, "The Biometrics Institute is always looking at ways to work with our currently 146 members to help shape the future of the biometrics industry. Partnering with Elsevier and the well-recognised Biometrics show will allow the Institute to promote the responsible use of biometrics on an even larger stage, giving members more visibility, increased access to information and people.

"We are also making the event more accessible and affordable to our members. Our aim with this event is to bring together not only the government agencies but also the vertical markets of aviation, healthcare, retail, and banking to this event to assist us with our mission of promoting the responsible use of biometrics", said Ms Moeller.

Nigel Clear, Commercial Director Conferences, Innovation & Publishing Development, STM Journals at Elsevier added, "This union brings together two of the most experienced information providers for the biometrics industry. Joining efforts with the Biometrics Institute will deliver new synergies, open new avenues to access networks and offer high-level content and speakers for the event whilst also bringing new life and vigour to the exhibition."

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