Glazing Summit Update

Glazing Summit Update
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Date: 25 May 2020

The Glazing Summit is the must-attend destination for industry leaders to connect, learn and forge new relationships.

While 8th October is a long-way off, the current social distancing rules may still be in place, and as organisers we believe the right course of action is to reschedule the conference.

Andrew Scott, founder of the Glazing Summit and managing director of Insight Data, said;

Andrew Scott“The industry is facing its biggest ever challenge as the fallout from the Coronavirus crisis unravels. The industry landscape will change, new leaders will emerge, companies will diversify, and Mergers and Acquisitions will be rife.

“The Glazing Summit is more important than ever, but we will push-back the conference and Leaders Dinner in line with government guidelines.”

Last year over 400 industry leaders from across the supply chain, with combined revenues of over £1billion, came together for this exclusive event held at Edgbaston Stadium, Birmingham.

Glazing SummitIt was hailed as the most important conference ever organised for the industry with no-nonsense, expert speakers and panel debates tackling the big issues facing the industry.

A new date will be confirmed as the government update their social distancing guidelines and we have asked Edgbaston Stadium to confirm availability for later in the year and January.

Thank you for your continued support.


Andrew Scott

Andrew Scott

On behalf of The Glazing Summit

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