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Participating in NCT events offers an exclusive opportunity to gain significant exposure and impact within a diverse community of defense experts, government officials, industry influencers, and media representatives. Through our tailor-made

sponsorship packages and interactive experiences, you'll be empowered to motivate, educate, interact, and partner with the key figures shaping the landscape of defense and CBRNe solutions. This marks your unique advantage in the realm of defense and security services


Become an exhibitor or sponsor

Download Brochure 2024

Download Brochure 2024

By exhibiting or sponsoring at NCT, you gain unparalleled access to a vast network of key stakeholders in the CBRNe and EOD industry. Find out more about the event in the brochure.

Download the brochure

Download Floor Plan 2024

Download Floor Plan 2024

Secure your ideal spot in your preferred show zone before it's gone. Capitalize on the constant stream of attendees, and let your potential customers come directly to you!

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NCT PRO Challenge

What is NCT PRO Challenge in a nutshell


  • A five-day training component of NCT events.
  • Civil and military first responders train to respond to CBRNe, EOD, C-IED and demining scenarios.
  • Teams train based on their expertise and requirements using equipment provided by leading companies from all over the world.
  • Promotes interoperability, multinational, and multi-agency cooperation         
  • During the week, teams train on different missions. NCT PRO Challenge offers the Tech & Skills Focus Briefings on day one and has two types of missions: “Base Missions” and “Advanced Missions”.


Learn more about PRO     

NCT Tech Tour

The Tech Tour is a tool we have developed to facilitate the promotion of your products to the relevant delegates present at the event. To maximize the benefit of this opportunity, once the tour guide brings the group to you, we recommend the following actions to be taken. 

Step 1: Briefly, introduce yourself and the company to the group. 

Step 2: Start your pitch, make sure to keep it very interactive (a product demonstration is preferred), raise some frequently asked questions to encourage your audience to ask questions for themselves: get the conversation started. Keep in mind you only have 5 minutes (including Q&A), and you want to keep it brief, so they stay interested.  

Step 3: Make sure that you encourage individuals of the group to come back, keep an eye out for the delegates who came by – they are your potential clients. If you don’t remember who stopped by, you can always ask your expo tour guide for some help!