About The Show
The National Safety Show (co-located with BuildNZ) provides an unrivaled opportunity to showcase your products and services to qualified safety professionals, educate them through our exhibitor lead seminars and workshops, make sales and build relationships with relevant safety professionals.
What makes this show your key sales and marketing event in the industry? ... QUALIFIED LEADS
The National Safety Show is directly targeted to deliver you a high-quality audience. These are people who know that their business is dependent on the best safety products and technology available, and have come with the specific goal of finding new suppliers and keeping up to date with the industry. You will understand the importance of getting face-to-face with these visitors, one-on-one to offer your solutions. With a top quality database of previously registered visitors, and a proactive marketing plan to engage even more of these, this is an ideal opportunity to identify new customers and develop new leads.
Help us deliver the latest information on workplace health & safety in an environment providing maximum exposure to prospective buyers. Our targeted workshops and onsite training for your potential and existing clients makes this a must attend one stop shop for them and enables you to make numerous mutually beneficial connections.
Exhibit at the National Safety Show to meet powerful decision makers and buyers from a broad range of industries including; trades & construction, civil engineering, engineering & manufacturing, cargo & warehousing, road transportation, local body & government departments (including police & military), and private sector businesses.
Don’t just take our word for it, here’s what some of our exhibitors have to say;
"This was our first year at the safety show, so we were unsure what to expect. However, the organisation and communication have been excellent throughout. Sandi has made the whole process really easy and enjoyable, we will definitely be back next year."
Dave Brereton, Cartrack
"Attending the National Safety Show was a no brainer for our company. Not only is it a great place to showcase our latest innovations and product lines, but the venue and the people make it an awesome event. This year’s National Safety Show allowed us to forge stronger relationships with a bunch of our existing clients as well as introduce our company to new faces. The return on our investment for the event was truly extraordinary, strengthening our lead base and showcasing what we do as a company to both New Zealand based companies and international contacts."
Billy Taylor, Marketing & Innovations Manager, Quality Safety International
“One of the best things about National Safety Show was the professional organisation during the show, and the lead up to the show. This made exhibiting an easy hassle free experience for us. This show was our first and worked out well for us, definitely worth the investment”
Tracy Glasse, Protos
"We had a great experience participating in The National Safety Show 2018. Getting everything organised was a breeze with great support from the XPO team. As an Australian based company exhibiting for the first time in New Zealand we were really pleased with the overall event, we had good visitor numbers and lots of positive interest. We made some great contacts and look forward to exhibiting at The Nation Safety Show again."
Monica Cobban, Martor Australia
"The 2018 National Health and Safety show was the first one Direct Safety and Solo Protect have attended and what a success it was from start to finish. The quality of the attendees and leads we gained were of an excellent caliber. We were fortunate enough to have a demonstration and seminar slot that allowed us to educate people on the importance of Lone Worker devices, and this was an incredible opportunity for us. The support from the management team at XPO Exhibitions was unreal with no request being too big or small. The length of the show and the days it was held over were perfect for the audience we needed to attract; professional, commercial attendees representing companies rather than members of the public that have no interest in Health and Safety."
Sophie Tew, Direct Safety