The FIT Show seminar programme focuses on key industry issues affecting the window, door and conservatory sectors. The free-to-attend seminars cover regulations, finance, market conditions, business advice, sales tips and installation advice.
The GGF Group will exhibit at the FIT Show on stand 306 in Hall 3 alongside GGF Group brands FENSA, BFRC and GGFi.
FENSA will also sponsor the Master Fitter challenge competition at the FIT Show, which will take place during the first to days of the show at the Telford Exhibition Centre.
The winners of the competition will be announced at the FIT Show Gala Dinner on Wednesday 13th April.
Giles Willson, GGF Managing Director commented, “It’s a particularly strong line up of speakers at this year’s FIT Show seminars covering a broad range of subjects. We are once again happy to present at the UK industry’s largest trade show.”
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