Internorm says Yes to the Build Show
Preparations for the most extensive contractor-based exhibition in a decade have received a massive boost, as fenestration giant Internorm signs up to attend next year’s inaugural Build Show.
As Europe’s largest window brand, Internorm’s commitment to the Build Show highlights the significance of this brand new exhibition. The family-owned company has more than 80 years of experience in the industry and its name is synonymous with quality and reliability.
Experts in high performance, thermally insulated window systems and pioneers in the UPVC sector, Internorm plans to exhibit a range of new additions to its innovative door and window solutions.
Andreas Simmer, Managing Director of Internorm UK, commented: “Windows and doors are a crucial component of any building. As well as their obvious functionality, they also add important aesthetic appeal. Bearing this in mind, ensuring the correct specification is paramount not only for the short term, but for years to come.”
He continued, “The Build Show is a great opportunity for us to share our knowledge with architects, specifiers and end clients, as well as giving us the perfect chance to showcase our extensive range of products.”
Paul Godwin, Managing Director of the Build Show, said: “Our aim for the Build Show is for it to benefit the entire industry, from contractor, to specifier, to supplier. Having Internorm on board is great news as it will give visitors the chance to interact with an industry leader on a face to face basis, creating new and unique opportunities for business and growth.”
Taking place at the Birmingham NEC next year, the Build Show will bring together contractors, specifiers, builders, suppliers, housebuilders, architectural technologists and clients, providing the perfect forum to network, showcase new products and discover opportunities for professional development.
Supported by a comprehensive seminar schedule that is influenced by the Build Show’s partners: the Federation of Master Builders, the Construction Industry Training Board, Glenigan and the Construction Products Association, the Build Show will address the real issues faced by the construction industry today.
Some of the exhibitors already signed up include, VEKA, Festool, VW, Marmox and many more.
For more information about exhibiting or attending, please visit www.buildshow.co.uk