PIGS networking events to be sponsored by GGF

  • 22 Jan 2015

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People in Glazing Society (PIGS) has been running its busy networking events since 2004

People in Glazing Society (PIGS) was established in 2004 to enable Editors and workers in the glass and glazing press to meet with others in the industry, such as public relations professionals and marketing personnel.

The networking events are now attended by manufacturers, suppliers and installers from all industry sectors across the UK.

PIGS networking events encourage attendees to socialise and conduct business in a comfortable social environment.

The GGF has been attending the PIGS events with many of its GGF Members for a number of years. The events offer new networking opportunities for the company.

The three 2015 events, which are set to take place in Manchester, London and Birmingham, will all be sponsored by the GGF.

Find out more about People in Glazing Society (PIGS)


Glass and Glazing Federation
40 Rushworth Street

t: 0207 939 9101

Visit the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) website

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