It has been announced that there will be a Meet the Buyers forum on both days of the Materials 2017 exhibition, taking place on the 25th and 26th April at the ILEC Centre in Earls Court.
The forum has been designed to deliver big opportunities at a reduced price for materials suppliers. Using a leading online appointment making platform with the option to participate for one or both days, there will be the opportunity to pre-schedule meetings with suppliers, for leading architects, specifiers, contractors and other procurement professionals.
To enhance their knowledge and understanding of the latest innovation in materials, as many appointments as required can also be scheduled.
Consultant Arup, Buying Manager Bovis Homes, Supply Chain Manager Linden Homes, Architect Stantec and Assistant Buyer Bellway Homes are just a few companies that have already registered. The full sample list is available here.
The Buyers at Materials 2017 will have unparalleled opportunities for learning, discussing their individual materials’ requirements and also peer-to-peer networking by carefully scheduling meetings and attending the conference and CPD programmes.
Starting at £950 for one day of back to back meetings for a supplier, or £1750 for two days.
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