Mitsubishi Electric has announced a new supply chain exhibition at the Lee Valley Velopark, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London in May 2017.
Any business involved in the construction industry along with building owners is invited to attend.
According to Gemma Lakin, who is co-ordinating the event, the exhibition will cover the latest solutions for air conditioning, and ventilation and see talks on the experiences learned from the London Olympics, plus talks on BREEAM, F-Gas and the new generation of refrigerants, sustainability in the modern built environment, and legislation affecting buildings.
Michael Heppell, International Best-Selling author of How to be Brilliant will close the event, hoping to get attendees motivated.
Lakin explains that visitors will be able to learn things to help with their day-to-day business, in addition to plenty of opportunities to network with potential customers, vital to anyone wanting answers to how they can grow their business in the current climate.
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