What to expect at the FIT Show 2019

  • 5 Apr 2019

FIT Show 2019 is set to deliver more brands, products, materials and overseas exhibitors than ever before – view a preview of the show here. 

More Brands, More Products

The show will offer visitors 300 industry leading brands and 5,000 cutting edge products. Visitors can expect to see windows, internal and external doors, orangeries, conservatories, skylights, hardware, tools, sealants and much more. From UPVC and timber, through to aluminium and more.

Over 70 overseas companies will be making their FIT Show debut. Expect an unrivalled showcase from companies from countries including the USA, Turkey, China, Belgium, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Greece, Norway, India, Serbia and Morocco.

Visitors will also benefit from more competitions and exclusive show offers and incentives than in previous years. FIT Show 2019 will see the launch of a brand new voucher scheme with huge discounts and savings on purchases made at the Show.

The show will offer over 20 hours of learning content and 50+ sessions that have been developed to reflect the wants and needs of the industry. Sessions will tackle key industry issues, such as the skills gap, and bring expert content in the form of CPD certified seminars. Alongside this, the programme will deliver practical advice through workshops, business clinics and practical product demonstrations.

Plus, FIT Show 2019 will see the introduction of a series of trails to help guide visitors around the show content which is most relevant for them. This includes a brand new installer trail, new product trail and Wood Window Alliance (WWA) backed timber trail.

Visitors will also be able to take advantage of ‘Late Night Tuesday’, when the show opens until 8pm on the second day of the event. Expect a real party night when this industry does what it does best connects, socialises, entertains and celebrates.

For the first time ever,this year’s show will give visitors the chance to see glass on a large scale, with Visit Glass. Visit Glass is a dedicated flat glass showcase within the show that will see the very best in flat glass processing equipment, machinery and technology on the floor.

Join the industry’s biggest celebration. The FIT Show 2019 Gala Dinner is going back to its roots with an emphasis on networking. FIT Show is the main industry platform to get together with every link in the supply chain, build on existing relationships and make new connections.

The gala dinner will focus very heavily on these connections, providing a real industry celebration as well as raising funds for GM Fundraising and Hope House Children’s Hospices in the process.

If you have yet to register for FIT Show, don’t miss out on your chance to be part of FIT – register here.

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