UK Construction Week announce Glenigan partnership support

  • 23 Mar 2015

Glenigan support at UK Construction Week

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Alan Wilén, Economics Director at Glenigan, and Tom Crane, Economist, will both take up spots on the speaker programme.

Hosted Buyer Programme

The Hosted Buyer Programme offers active buyers a structured and highly effective show experience, allow buyers to cut through the ‘noise’ by going directly to the suppliers and vendors that are most able to meet their needs.

Glenigan will work with the UK Construction Week team to organise a bespoke programme of hand-picked supplier meetings, seminars and networking events for participants in the programme – all designed to help the visitor fulfil both their immediate and longer term procurement needs, as well as providing exhibitors with effective, face-to-face meetings with buyers working on live projects.

Richard Morey, Group Events Director at Media 10, the event company producing UK Construction Week: “We are delighted to have Glenigan on board, as the insight and knowledge they can provide will be a valuable asset for visitors and exhibitors alike.  The Hosted Buyer Progamme will deliver a really unique and worthwhile service, which will be greatly improved by the support offered by Glenigan.”

Anyone that wishes to take part in the Hosted Buyer programme should contact Sema Tezel at Media 10 [email protected]

Why Glenigan?

Glenigan combines comprehensive data gathering and exhaustive research with detailed statistical modelling and expert analysis, to deliver a trusted insight into UK construction trends and activity.

  • more than 40 years experience,
  • customers include government agencies, construction companies and suppliers of materials and services to the industry

Robert Davis, Content Director at Glenigan: “Our knowledge partnership with UK Construction Week is further proof of our commitment to supporting best practice within the construction industry – enabling contractors, sub-contractors and suppliers to grow and trade together as the market enters a new phase of prosperity. The event is a great platform for us to share our market intelligence to benefit a much larger audience.”

More about UK Construction Week

  • Held at Birmingham NEC from 6 – 11 October
  • Trade days from 6 – 8 October
  • Brings together 9 shows, 1,000 exhibitors and more than 50,000 visitors
  • Free to attend
  • UK’s biggest event for professionals working in all aspects of residential and commercial construction planning and design

UK Construction Week

Nine event sections at UK Construction Week

  • The Build Show Building Products, Cladding, Roofing, Insulation, Building materials,Glazing, Doors, Security, Tools, Commercial vehicles, Lighting and more
  • Grand Designs Live 60,000 visitors, including 24,600 trade visitors
  • Surface and Materials Flooring, wall coverings, glass and tiles
  • Kitchen, Bathroom & Bedroom KB&B and Plumbing
  • Plant & Machinery Earth moving, Lifting, Handling & Demolition
  • Energy Solar & Renewables
  • Smart Buildings Automation, Innovation and Technological advancements for the Home & Commercial Building
  • HVAC Heating, Ventilation and Air conditioning, Building Services
  • Civil Engineering Large scale infrastructure, Landscaping, Architectural Design & Build

For more information about the show visit the website or follow @UK_CW on Twitter


Media 10 Limited,
Crown House,
151 High Road,
United Kingdom,
IG10 4LF

Phone: 020 3225 5200
Fax: 020 3225 5202

Visit UK Construction Week's website

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