GGF GROUP FIT SHOW SEMINARS

  • Posted 08/02/2016
GGF GROUP FIT SHOW SEMINARS

The GGF Group is delighted to announce that it will be presenting on seven different topics covering nine presentation slots over the three days of the show.

Giles Willson, GGF Managing Director commented, “It’s a particularly strong line up of speakers at this year’s FIT Show seminars covering a broad range of subjects. We are once again happy to present at the UK industry’s largest trade show.”    

THE GGF GROUP SPEAKERS AND TOPICS

Day One. 12 April - Show Opens 10am - 5pm

10:30-11:00

FENSA demystifies MTCs and the Building Regulations

Dave Mechem,
FENSA

14:45-15:15

Glazing in Conservation Areas
Alan covers the key issues that glazing companies face when installing modern windows in conservation areas.

Alan Burgess,
Chairman,
GGF Heritage Products Group

15:15-15:45

Consumer Issues
Brian demonstrates how the GGF is making it easier for companies to deal with consumers.

Brian Smith,
GGF Director of Home Improvement

 Day Two. 13 April - Show Open 10am - 5pm

10:30-

11:00

A simple guide to FENSA PAYG for infrequent installers 

Tim Lowin,
FENSA

12:10-12:40

Consumer Issues
Brian demonstrates how the GGF is making it easier for companies to deal with consumers.

Brian Smith,
GGF Director of Home Improvement

15:00-15:30

The NEW GGF Conservatory Guide for Installers
Russell and Mark present the new GGF Conservatory Guide which covers all the very latest developments, legislation and products in the conservatory market.
This seminar will also include a free copy of the new GGF Conservatory Guide for UK Installers and Specifiers worth £150.

Russell Day,
GGF Technical Officer

Mark Hanson,
GGF Conservatory Association Chairman

Day Three. 14 April - Show Open 10am - 4pm

10:30-11:00

Consumer Issues

Brian demonstrates how the GGF is making it easier for companies to deal with consumers.

Brian Smith,
GGF Director of Home Improvement

12:10-12:40

The NEW GGF Energy Savings Calculator 
Giles presents an exciting new GGF product that will be part of a new suite of digital tools for installers

Giles Willson
GGF Managing Director

12:45-13:15

Here's how simple it is to get Energy Rated Windows & Doors in your own name!

Dr. Gary Morgan
BFRC

The FIT Show Seminar programme is developed by industry experts and focuses on key issues of the day that affect window, door and conservatory businesses in the real world. The objective of every seminar is that delegates will leave armed with knowledge and information that they can put to work the minute they leave the theatre.

The seminars may be Free to attend but they offer huge value for every delegate. Regulations, finance, market conditions, business advice, sales tips, installation advice – a huge range of subjects will be covered once again, presented by carefully chosen experts in their own field.

Seminars are free to attend to registered visitors to the Show, please register your attendance here and simply indicate which seminars you plan to attend.

The full programme and profiles of the speakers can be found on the FIT Show website http://www.fitshow.co.uk/seminars

VISIT THE GGF GROUP AT THE FIT SHOW 

If you are going to The FIT Show, feel free to visit the GGF Group Stand in Hall 3, Stand 306 where you can find out how the GGF Group brands including FENSA, BFRC, GGFi and the GGF can help your business.

THE MASTER FITTER CHALLENGE SPONSORED BY FENSA

In addition, FENSA is sponsoring one of the main features of The FIT Show, The Master Fitter Challenge competition. This year it is taking place on the first two days of the show in the Atrium/Foyer area of the Telford Exhibition Centre. The entry date for companies has now passed with the finalists being selected in the next few weeks. The winners will be announced at The FIT Show Gala Dinner on the evening of Wednesday 13th April.

The FIT Show promises to be yet another special event in the industry’s calendar. A showpiece of the industry’s finest companies and the GGF Group is delighted to be involved across many of the key features of this award winning exhibition.  


If you have a comment to make or any information relating to this article please contact the GGF

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