Date: 7 October 2022
With less than two weeks to go until the industry-leading one-day conference, which takes place on Tuesday, October 18 at Edgbaston Stadium, Birmingham, delegates will be in for a treat with another action-packed agenda.
Veka UK Managing Director Neil Evans, Gareth Jones, Managing Director of Solar Calibre, Steve Massey, Director of Regency Glass, and Glazpart Director Dean Bradley will be discussing the ‘New Supply Chain Crisis’ in the day’s first debate.
Raising the bar for the People and Skills debate will be Richard Abraham, Managing Director of Elmhurst Windows, Sherry Adams, CEO of We Mind & Kelly Matters, Eilidh Hudson, Director of 23 doors and John Mannell, Technical Officer at the GGF.
A debate on the regulation minefield will feature Dean Bradley, John McComb, Director at Reynaers, Kevin Jones, Technical Officer at the GGF and Lee Galley, Assessment Manager at RISA/FENSA.
Discussing innovation in the industry will be Window Industry Investor Joe Truman, Will Hickman, Managing Director of Solarframe and Russell Hand, Head of Product Management at Rehau.
The final debate of the day on navigating the business landscape will feature Insolvency Expert Sam Talby, Sunil Patel, Managing Director at Unique Windows, Martin Troughton, Marketing Director at Safestyle and Gary Hyem, Director at FRP Corporate Finance.
Glazing Summit Founder Andrew Scott said: “This year I’ve lined up some of the industry’s most experienced people to share their views on the biggest issues.
“When you add our world class keynotes, including Barclays Chief Economist William Hobbs and former John Lewis Director and legendary retail and customer experience expert Peter Cross, into the mix, it will be a phenomenal day of insight, debate and discussion that is not to be missed.
“I’m also delighted to welcome back our event hosts Paul Godwin, Chris Champion and Sam Cross, and welcome our newest host Charissa King. Currently editor of GGP and champion of women in business, Charissa will host our People and Skills debate.”
Around 400 business leaders from across the whole supply chain are set to attend the event and, at the time of writing, there are still tickets available.
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