- FGIA Product Showcase Offers Product Solutions During the FGIA Hybrid Fall Conference
August 1, 2022
FGIA Product Showcase Offers Product Solutions During the FGIA Hybrid Fall Conference
The Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance (FGIA) will host the FGIA Product Showcase on Tuesday, September 27 at 5:30 p.m. CDT during the FGIA Hybrid Fall Conference in Chicago, IL. Back for the first time since 2019, the revamped FGIA Product Showcase provides conference participants with the opportunity to view product solutions, hands-on and in-person. Exhibitors will also be able to reach a hyper-focused segment of the industry at this unique networking event and reception offered to all conference participants. Register now to exhibit at the FGIA Product Showcase.
“We are overdue for reconnecting and tightening business relationships,” said Florica Vlad, FGIA Meetings Manager. “There is no better way to engage with your colleagues than interacting in person. The FGIA Product Showcase allows industry suppliers and their customers to shake hands and discuss innovative products face-to-face.”
Light food and an open bar are included for the duration of the Product Showcase, as part of conference registration. The tabletop exhibits and evening reception will be located together to allow for informal interactions.
“We are pleased to welcome this showcase back to our Fall Conference,” said Florica Vlad, FGIA Meetings Manager. “Space is limited to display your products, so register now to secure your company’s upcoming presence at the FGIA Product Showcase this September.”
The exhibitor fee for the showcase is $425 and is available exclusively to current Category 1, Category 2 and GPC supplier members. Reservations and full payment must be received by September 12 for an exhibiting company’s name to appear in all FGIA promotion for the event. For logistical details and shipping information, visit FGIAonline.org/showcase.
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