With all the modern advancements in technology that bring us together – from webinars to Zoom meetings – it can be easy to overlook the importance of in-person meetings. And yet, despite all the conveniences to which we’ve grown accustomed over the last few years, there is absolutely nothing like connecting with someone – in business or life in general – face-to-face.
This type of networking has taken on an even greater prominence in the post-pandemic world of business, and in-person events are being sought more than ever. Fortunately, for the window, door and glass industry, there are several opportunities to connect with leads, colleagues and exhibitors in the coming months.
As a Cyncly company, FeneTech will be exhibiting and attending several upcoming industry events, at which we’ll be hoping to connect with new partners and learn from the very best in our industry.
FIT Show 2023
May 23 to May 25
FIT Show is the United Kingdom’s only dedicated event for the window, door, hardware and flat glass industry. This year’s event – expected to feature 180 different brands attracting 10,000 visitors – will be its 10th anniversary. Over the last decade, the conference has garnered a reputation for displaying the latest products, services and innovations that cover every link in the fenestration supply chain. It also offers several accredited learning opportunities for attendees.
You can find us in Hall 9 at Stand Q15.
June 14 to June 16
Glass Performance Days is an industry event dedicated to increasing the knowledge of all attendees. It’s a credit to the organizers that GPD offers so many opportunities – for learning, researching and networking – while still maintaining a balanced approach to the conference. This year’s theme is “Way to Grow,” and as its website says, this is “a theme that is as multifaceted as the event itself.” No matter your reason for attending, you’re nearly certain to walk away with a heightened awareness of the glass industry’s staggering potential.
August 29 to August 31
AusFenEx has a reputation for hosting the most inspirational keynote speakers from around the world at its annual conference. It’s also well-known for its focus on innovation and the future of the glass, window and security screen industry. This year’s theme of “change” suggests attendees and exhibitors should expect to see the innovative products and services that will transform the industry in the years to come and learn how to meet the market demands of the future.
September 5 to September 8
VITRUM is an international trade show focused on machinery, equipment and systems for glass manufacturing. This one only happens every two years, making it a must-attend for those in the industry. What sets this prestigious event apart from other trade shows is that it combines Italian glassmaking tradition with the presentation of cutting-edge methods and technologies. This autumn’s event will be its 18th edition. Over that time, it has proven to be a rich source of leads and business opportunities with the number of visitors and exhibitors increasing at each show.
GlassBuild America 2023
October 31 to November 2
GlassBuild America is the Western Hemisphere’s largest trade and networking event for the window, door and glass industry. Not to sound hyperbolic, but it is THE place to be for anyone in this sector. With access to 400 exhibitors, networking events and educational opportunities, it’s nearly impossible to attend GlassBuild and not leave with new contact, fresh knowledge and inspiration to help you build a better business.
Stop by Booth #1919 to say hello to us.
March 5 to March 6, 2024
The Glass Processing Automation Days conference is held every two years. It’s never too early to plan on attending this important educational experience designed for glass fabrication leaders to gain in-depth insight into the latest equipment and software solutions for the industry. The event was started by FeneTech in 2014, but is now organized and hosted by the National Glass Association. Its focus remains on highlighting the importance of automation and integration across glass manufacturing.