Fire Buyer Live is excited to announce the new media partnership with Fire Suppression Systems Association (FSSA) for our virtual event on 23-24 February 2022.
Fire Buyer Live will be the new dedicated online experience for the entire international fire sector to source the latest equipment and systems, develop important business relationships and generate new business opportunities. The conference agenda, which is now available, highlights the event’s dedication to best practice, knowledge and insightful content.
The FSSA is a not-for-profit trade association, drawing members domestic and internationally. The organisation is a blend of over 180 installers, manufacturers, consultants, academics and suppliers working together to share ideas and strategies for the benefit of the fire suppression systems industry. FSSA members are dedicated to the highest level of safety, reliability and effectiveness of special hazards fire suppression. FSSA’s mission is to promote, educate and grow the special hazard fire protection industry. FSSA’s partnership with Fire Buyer Live will help ensure a large section of the passive fire market is represented to the highest level.
Lance Harry, President and CEO of Fireaway, FSSA Member commented, “As a member of FSSA, I am delighted about the partnership with Fire Buyer Live. This new virtual experience is exciting for the industry. I believe this partnership will bring interesting and ground-breaking content for the passive fire sector.”
Speaking on the partnership, Jon Pittock, Publisher, Hand Media International stated, “Our partnership with FSSA emphasises Fire Buyer’s presence in the US and shows how dedicated we are to delivering international, innovative content for our attendees and best practice for the industry. Fire Buyer magazine provides content for both the passive and active fire markets, so it was important for the event to show our dedication in equal measure to both sides. FSSA is a fantastic association to be partnered with, not just because of their experience and knowledge, but because of their popularity and reputation in the market.”