Recent additions to the exhibitor list and Meet the Buyers Forum include Celotex, ROCKFON, VMZinc, Xtratherm and more industry leaders…
Less than two months remain until Materials 2017 arrives in Earls Court at the ILEC Conference Centre, London on the 25 and 26 April 2017 and the list of exhibitors is continuing to grow rapidly.
A broad selection of forward-thinking companies – ranging from huge multinational manufacturers to smaller domestic suppliers – have been confirmed for the event bringing with them a wealth of knowledge and products relating to brick, composites, concrete, glass, insulation, metal, stone, timber and more, showcasing cutting-edge innovations as well as the more humble essentials that are every specifiers ‘bread and butter’.
The vibrant exhibition area will feature numerous innovative manufacturers in the built environment. ROCKFON, Xtratherm UK, Black Mountain Insulation, and more have joined the exhibitor list which already includes Recticel, Imperial Bricks, Metamark Technical Films, Kallisto Stairs, and many more.
Serving as the ideal incubator for product sharing and procurement Materials 2017 will also be home to a Meet the Buyers platform, where workspaces will be devoted exclusively to discussing, negotiating, and, ultimately, closing deals. These desks will be available to sellers at highly modest and attainable prices.
Key specifiers signing up to the programme as VIP visitors can expect to receive a number of exclusive benefits in addition to meeting top manufacturers and deepening their pool of specifiable materials. Key buyers from some of the country’s leading architecture practices and housebuilders have already signed up. Graphenstone have joined this highly productive platform alongside Moy Materials, VMZINC and Celotex. Many more companies are expected to sign up in the coming weeks.
Also incorporating conference talks and CPD seminars, Materials 2017 is a must-visit event for all industry professionals, enabling face-to-face engagement in social conversation and the expansion of business relationships with top materials manufacturers. What’s more is that Materials 2017 is completely free to attend for delegates and competitive prices are available for sponsor and exhibitor packages.
Materials 2017 is the new conference and exhibition coming to London in April. This highly focused event will provide just the right climate for those involved in architecture and construction, whether new-build or renovation, to find out more about the companies who are pushing the boundaries of possibility when it comes to material specification.
For more information on Materials 2017 or to view the growing list of exhibitors, visit www.materials2017.co.uk/exhibitors/
About the event organisers
Materials 2017 is being launched from a collaboration between netMAGmedia Ltd and David Schindler, combining over 40 years of knowledge and experience within the construction sector. netMAGmedia Ltd’s key industry publications such as its flagship title, Architects’ Datafile (ADF), as well as other brands, serve as a powerful platform for the launch of Materials 2017. And Schindler has launched and headed up the world’s largest international real estate show, MIPIM, for Reed Exhibitions over 14 years.
This partnership of extensive industry-specific media experience and trade show expertise is sure to make Materials 2017 an invaluable event to add to the calendar. For more information visit www.materials2017.co.uk
For enquiries regarding exhibiting or sponsoring please contact David Schindler at (+44) 07815 888800 or email david(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)materials2017.co.uk
Decorative brick façade of the Ace Hotel, Shoreditch made from Materials 2017 exhibitor Ketley Brick’s brick products (upper-left in collage). Credit: Ketley Brick
Installation of insulation materials from Materials 2017 exhibitor Celotex (lower-left in collage). Credit: Celotex
The Elbspeicher building in Hamburg which uses Materials 2017 exhibitor Metamark Technical Film products on its façade (right in collage). Credit: Metamark Technical Films
A hospital building that makes use of Materials 2017 exhibitors Graphenstone UK’s graphene paint (centre-bottom in collage). Credit: Graphenstone UK
One application of Materials 2017 exhibitors Metamark Technical Film’s products (centre-left in collage). Credit: Metamark Technical Films