Key influencers from the industry will assemble in the ‘Experts Arena’ at The Triple Glazing Question to give guests a chance to continue the debate and get further advice and opinions from the industry, stakeholders and press partners.
As part of the event, at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry on Thursday 10 April, Triple Glazing Question stakeholders and press partners including AGC, the Glass and Glazing Federation, Guardian and Pilkington will have information centres in the Expert Arena.
Those from the industry who have registered for the event can visit the arena to ask advice on how they may be affected by the various issues raised by triple glazing; discuss ways that they might meet the challenges and how they can make the most of the opportunities it could bring.
As well as key stakeholders, other experts from the industry with information centres at the event include Aluplast, CENSolutions, Clear Thinking Software, Promac, Selecta, Spectus, Veka UK, and Yale. There will also be a press area, where guests can speak to representatives from Glass and Glazing Products magazine and Bullseye.
The Triple Glazing Question was launched by Edgetech UK at the beginning of the year. The event is an open discussion about what it means to systems companies, fabricators, installers, glass manufacturers and hardware companies. During the discussion and in the Experts Arena, people from the industry will have an opportunity to have their say as well as hear what others think.
The industry has the opportunity to have their voices heard at The Triple Glazing Question. Ordering tickets couldn’t be easier. Log onto www.tripleglazingq.co.uk to book free places at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry on Thursday 10 April.
The Triple Glazing Question, a Quanex Building Products seminar, is open to everyone. There are 500 tickets and they’re available on a first come first served basis.
The debate has already begun on the discussion website www.tripleglazingq.co.uk. There are also polls on the website, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter, in order to gauge the mood of the industry.