From getting the latest information on the economic recovery to labor and supply chain management, there is no doubt that this year’s GlassBuild America is one of the most important trade events in the history of our trade.
Our industry, your business, your job, your future, depend on connections. Whether you are looking for a new supplier or not, it's the interactions, planned and otherwise, you can't get sitting in your office. I know because I see it and I hear it every year from hundreds of glass and fenestration people just like you, from small retailers to the national players, during GlassBuild America.
GlassBuild 2021 is a ‘GO’! GlassBuild is back in person, and we have the venue, team and measures for an amazing, safe event. Here's why you don’t want to miss this important glass and fenestration industry reunion.
For years I think we took events like GlassBuild for granted. Now when we haven’t been able to get out and be in front of others, we know the true value there. It’s really all about the energy of human contact and interaction that drives every business process into a successful setting.
GlassBuild America allows us to get in front of the whole North American audience for a similar cost to more regional shows. So price per punch it’s an easy decision.
It is hard to imagine a better opportunity than a trade show for companies of any size to expand their network, increase brand awareness, meet new prospects, meet customers in person, educate themselves about the industry, analyze their competition, and gain credibility and influence all at the same time.
Why do I go to GlassBuild? In normal years, I would say that it’s the right thing to do to ensure we re-connect with existing customers and meet new prospects. With us missing GlassBuild last year and every other glass trade show for the past year, this is a MUST SEE event!
In this vlog, Keith Daubmann and Bryce Holbert from MY Shower Door and D3 Glass share retail, glazing and fabrication perspectives on the unexpected value you might find on the GlassBuild trade show floor.