Representatives of the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) and Fensa have accepted an invitation to act as the official learning content partners of the Fit Show 2023. The next Fit Show trade exhibition is set to open at Birmingham’s NEC from 23 to 25 May. Next year marks a full decade since the trade show for the window, door, glass, hardware and components industry first launched.
With their emphasis placed on technical content and the provision of much-needed clarity about building regulations, the GGF and Fensa are said to be well placed to support Fit Show visitors with the most accurate and up-to-date information, the organisations’ representatives have said. “Industry professionals are often let down by a lack of information,” said Anda Gregory, the GGF’s chief development officer, “especially when it comes to updated building regulations.
“The GGF and Fensa are always working hard to ensure fabricators, installers and glass manufacturers have all the information they need, so we are thrilled to support the Fit Show as learning partners and use this credible platform to educate the market about important topics such as key trends, building regulations, sustainability, recycling, energy efficiency, net zero goals, learning and apprenticeships. We’ll be offering advice, information, and practical demos to ensure visitors have access to all the information they need on the day and following the show.”
Nickie West, the Fit Show’s event director, added: “We’re excited to announce the GGF and Fensa as our official learning programme content partners for Fit Show 2023. As a flagship event for our industry, it’s hugely important that we are delivering the right content to meet the evolving needs of our audience. It made perfect sense to partner with our industry’s main representative organisations to do this.
“The GGF and Fensa will primarily be responsible for fulfilling the technical learning aspects of the programme, with a special focus on building regulations. This content will sit alongside a broad mix of CPD-approved seminars, panel debates and practical demos within the wider learning programme at the Fit Show next May.”