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SITS – The Service Desk & IT Support Show, is the UK’s leading event for IT Service Management and Support professionals, and takes place on 5-6 June 2018 at London’s Olympia. Over 3,700 IT decision makers attend to meet the teams from the top industry vendors, keep up with the latest trends in over 60 seminars and world-class keynotes, and network with their professional peers. There is nowhere else in the UK that you can meet so many IT Service Management suppliers face-to-face, plus attend education and training seminars all for FREE.

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Why visit SITS?



SITS is home to the world’s ONLY free ITSM training programme, with over 60 educational sessions taking place across the 2 days.


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You can meet with over 75 IT suppliers. It’s a great opportunity to experience live demonstrations and research all the latest tools and trends.


I see attending SITS as not only keeping in touch with the trends in the industry but personal development. I live in Australia and there is no event like SITS over this side of the world – that’s why I make the effort to attend.

I thought this year was the best SITS of all those I’ve attended in the last 7 years. Quality seminars, great organisation, even more of a buzz than previous years and this felt like the busiest one I’ve ever been to.

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