Date: 19 June 2023
This session will begin with an overview of the latest study, followed by a live question and answer (Q&A) segment with Nick Limb of Ducker, the company that conducts research on FGIA’s behalf. The webinar is complimentary and available for FGIA members only. It will be moderated by Angela Dickson, FGIA Marketing and Communications Director.
“This webinar provides a unique opportunity to have your questions about the current and future state of the fenestration market addressed by an industry expert. Nick conducts this critical research and also has a finger on the pulse of the market,” said Dickson. “The FGIA market study, seen as an essential resource for companies, is one of the most valuable offerings from the Association.”
Released at the beginning of May, the latest FGIA market study offers current data and forecasting. The webinar will feature highlights of current trends and future changes in the fenestration market, as well as scenarios that impact the industry. This includes supply chain issues, inflation and interest rate increases.
Submit your questions ahead of time during the webinar registration process or during the Q&A segment. Questions will be prioritized based upon submission date and relevance to the reports. For market study-related inquiries, contact Angela Dickson.
About the Speaker
Nick Limb is a Managing Principal at Ducker Carlisle. He has worked with dozens of manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, associations and publishers associated with flat glass and fenestration products to build an understanding of markets and to assist in strategic market decision making.
Limb leads Ducker’s fenestration industry research practice, with a focus on flat glass, fabricated glass products and components, commercial glazing, windows, doors, skylights, new technologies and energy efficient products. His expertise encompasses market forecasting and demand modeling, channel strategy, acquisition analysis, brand positioning and competitive benchmarking as well as new product development and innovation feasibility. Limb holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and Master of Arts degree in Economics from Cambridge University, England.