At FIT 2016, the GGF has committed to a support package that will include:
Brands promoted will include many of GGF’s subsidiary companies, including; FENSA, BFRC (British Fenestration Rating Council, GGF Training and GGFi.
James Lee, Head of GGF Group Marketing and Communications commented: The GGF Group is delighted to once again support The FIT Show. The great thing about The FIT Show is that it really brings the industry together like no other event in the UK.
We are also pleased that FENSA, the leading competent persons’ scheme in the industry, will once again be the headline sponsor for the Master Fitter Challenge. We have no doubts that FIT Show 2016 will be every bit as successful as the previous two exhibitions.
Paul Godwin, FIT Show Managing Director: As the main representative body for the UK glass and glazing industry it would be unthinkable for The FIT Show to take place without the GGF Group working with us and being part of the event.
The GGF Group being there and being a fundamental part of our seminar programme, which next year will address all the key industry issues, no doubt gives our visitors great confidence.
The FIT Show team is delighted that GGF Group has confirmed its presence so early in the run up to the 2016 event and also that FENSA has once more agreed to sponsor the Master Fitter Challenge, a competition that is unique to The FIT Show and the industry. It promises to be a great show in 2016.
To find out more about The FIT Show please visit the website.
Glass and Glazing Federation
40 Rushworth Street
t: 0207 939 9101
At FIT 2016, the GGF has committed to a support package that will include: The GGF Group is making its third appearance at the FIT Show. technical presentations in the seminar programme FENSA sponsorship of the Master Fitter Challenge a perimeter stand space in Hall 3 which will promote all the brands within the GGF[…]Posted in Articles, Building Industry News, Information Technology, Innovations & New Products, Posts, Thermal Imaging and Monitors
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