Round-up of our 2018 shows and exhibitions
Listed Property Show
We at The Listed Property Show in February 2018 and had a very successful show. Oliver Parkes and Warwick Bellerby from the team, did a sterling job of representing Storm Windows at the show and we’re very happy to report that we received a record number of survey requests. We also held a competition at the show to win a case of fine wine, so we hope the winners enjoyed the prize!
Farm Business Innovation Show
We’re pleased to report that we had a very successful show at the Farm Business Innovation Show at the NEC earlier this month. The event is one of the biggest of its kind and is specifically aimed at farmers and landowners who are looking to diversify what they do and are looking for products and services to support them. Over the course of the two days there was a variety of information available about how to make the most out of a country house business. We know how much secondary glazing can play an important factor in the renovation of country houses, so we were there to impart our knowledge and share our experiences. We exhibited on both of the days and it turned out be a great opportunity for making new connections and sharing our expertise about what we do. Some great contacts were made and we’re confident that some new projects will emerge on the back of it.
Old House Show
We were at the 'The Old House Show’ in September 2018 which is held at the fabulous Old Royal Naval College in London. We enjoyed sharing our knowledge and experience of building conservation work and this event will be a great opportunity to showcase that and potentially meet new clients. It’s an event we’ve been exhibiting at since 2000 and we’re very proud of the long-standing relationship we have built with the organisation. The event was a fantastic opportunity to network and we have been able to book a variety of interesting surveys and potential jobs on the back of the show. We very much share the same ethos and vision that SPAB adhere to and we have collaborated with them on a number of projects over the years. Long may that continue.