Technoform shares industry insights with NGA and GANA; invites architects, contractors, manufacturers to attend

Mark Silverberg, president of Technoform North America, Inc., will present at upcoming glazing industry events for the National Glass Association (NGA) and Glass Association of North America (GANA).

He shares his knowledge of commercial and residential glazing and insulating glass products, and his insights on economic indicators and industry trends for the future.     

“Both presentations offer macro-economic information to help architects, glazing contractors, manufacturers and fenestration industry leaders with future business decision-making and strategic planning,” says Silverberg.

Aug. 20, 7-8:15 p.m., “Financial Forecasting” will be presented as part of NGA’s Glass Management Institute’s webinar program. Silverberg reviews studies and forecasting tools to help businesses budget successfully for the future. Registration information is available at

Sept. 19, 12-1 p.m., “Insights into the Glass and Glazing Industry: Manufacturers Forecast Panel” will be presented during GANA Fall Conference’s Management Day at Omni Charlotte in Charlotte, N.C. Silverberg, who serves as GANA’s Energy Division vice chair, is joined by Russ Huffer, lead director of Hutchinson Technology Inc.; Primary Glass Manufacturers Council; and the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM). Registration information is available at

Technoform also offers “The Future of High Performance Fenestration,” a new, free, online course available through Approved through the American Institute of Architects Continuing Education System (AIA CES), this one-hour program provides an overview of fenestration systems that incorporate thermally broken frames, enhanced glass coatings and high-performance warm edge spacers, as well as a discussion on energy, codes/regulations and the impact of high-performance fenestration on sustainability.


600450 Technoform shares industry insights with NGA and GANA; invites architects, contractors, manufacturers to attend
Date: 20 August 2013
Source: Technoform North America, Inc.

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