Registration for FIT Show 2023 is open!

Date: 23 January 2023
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Registration for FIT Show 2023 is open!
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FIT Show

Date: 23 January 2023

With just five months to go until FIT Show returns to the NEC (23 - 25 May, 2023), now is the time to secure your FREE ticket.

Join us as we celebrate ten years of FIT Show, and a decade of being the No.1 trade show for the windows, doors, glass, hardware and components industry.

REGISTER TODAY

This is your FREE ticket to:

  • Meet manufacturers and suppliers from over 200 brands who will be showcasing the latest products, technologies and innovations on the market
  • Compare the latest windows, doors, hardware and components, side-by-side, all under one roof
  • Learn what’s new in building regulations, net zero standards and how to secure your pipeline in the CPD accredited learning programme sponsored by GGF and FENSA
  • Network and do business with new and existing suppliers, as we bring together every link in the supply chain, with 10,000 visitors from across the fenestration industry

CLAIM YOUR FREE TICKET TO FIT SHOW

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