Filling boots at London’s Gherkin

SmartGlass International (SGI) was delighted to be a co-lead sponsor of “2009 Fill These Boots” at 30 St. Mary Axe, also known as the Gherkin, the iconic skyscraper in London’s main financial district, the City of London.

The Enterprise Ireland organised networking event was attended by approximately 200 invited construction professionals and allowed SGI to display SmartGlass products and to explain their many unique benefits.

UK Sales manager Alan Saxby gave a speech and sample boxes were issued to the attendees.

The management team at SmartGlass International would like to thank the team at the Enterprise Ireland London office for their invitation to participate and for their continuing assistance.

600450 Filling boots at London’s Gherkin
Date: 9 December 2009
Source: SmartGlass International

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