Yale headline-sponsors the Glazing Summit 2024

Yale has been announced as a headline sponsor of the Glazing Summit for the fourth consecutive year as the industry’s premier event and leading brand once again join forces.

The conference will take place on Thursday 17th October, 2024 at the Edgbaston Stadium and Conference Centre, Birmingham, where over 400 leaders in glass and glazing will come together for the biggest date in the industry calendar.

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The must-attend event attracts business owners, directors, and senior management for a packed one-day summit. Together, they map out the future of the industry, with world-class keynote speakers, industry leaders, and an exclusive Gala Dinner in the evening.

Paul Atkinson, Managing Director of Yale, comments: “The Glazing Summit is the premier conference for the glass and glazing industry. That’s why we’re delighted to be headline-sponsoring it for the fourth year running.

“There really is nothing like it for networking, sharing best-practice, and highlighting the industry issues affecting us all. Whether it’s bringing new blood into the industry, ensuring a more diverse workforce, or making strides in sustainability, the Glazing Summit is where the big issues get debated and the future of glazing is shaped.”

Chris Beck, Editor at Mark Allen Group, which runs the Glazing Summit, adds: “Yale are an industry giant, so we’re delighted that they are headline-sponsoring the Glazing Summit in 2024. We’re already deep into planning for this year’s event and it promises to be a memorable one, with some amazing speakers and panellists discussing the key issues facing the industry.

“Calling all fabricators, installers, trade counters, glass processors, systems and component suppliers – we can’t wait to see you in October!”

Don’t miss out on the biggest industry event of the year. Book your tickets and explore sponsorship opportunities by visiting www.glazingsummit.co.uk or emailing eventsteam@markallengroup.com.

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