With the Prime Minister announcing a ‘roadmap to recovery’ that aims to lift all coronavirus restrictions by 21 June, the organisers of the Glazing Summit have reported a ‘surge of excitement’.
The Glazing Summit is the annual industry conference, held in October, and brings together industry leaders for a day-long series of panel debates, discussions and networking with experts from across the world sharing trends and developments that affect the sector.
Andrew Scott, founder of the Glazing Summit said: “The window, door and conservatory industry has always been a face-to-face sector where people want to meet, discuss business and share ideas. With the restrictions lifted from June, there is already a buzz of excitement for the Glazing Summit.”
“After over a year of restrictions, the industry is bursting with ideas, innovations and developments and the Glazing Summit gives industry leaders the opportunity to come together in a safe, professional setting to once again discuss the future of the industry, debate issues and connect with like-minded industry leaders.”
Despite the restrictions being lifted, the organisers will ensure the event takes place in a safe environment, so numbers will be restricted.
“At the previous Glazing Summit, we had more than 400 guests and the event sold out within eight weeks, this year we’ll restrict the numbers but we’ve already had over 100 seats booked” added Andrew.
The Glazing Summit Conference takes place at Edgbaston Stadium and Conference Centre, Birmingham in October. The event is supported by industry names such as Yale, Reynaers Aluminium, Edgetech and ODL.