The Fit Show

22 Feb

If ever there was a gap in the market, it was for a national window, door and conservatory Trade Show with a focus on new products and services, networking, establishing new business contacts, meeting existing suppliers and attending seminars and presentations.

‘Somewhere, everyone who is passionate about our industry could come together under one roof.’

Well, it seems this gap has been filled, in the form of ‘The Fabricator Installer and Trade Show’ or as it is more commonly known ‘The FIT Show’.

Fit show logo

In the words of show co-organiser and company director Paul Godwin

“The FIT Show is designed to provide information, ideas, inspiration and a powerful forum for fabricators, installers and the trade to come together in a friendly, creative environment that will also be fun.”

“Most markets of this size enjoy their own annual showcase. It continues to be a dynamic, vibrant industry that is constantly changing and demanding new ideas and energies,”

So, what does this inspirational show have to offer?

There will be great competitions, including one sponsored by FENSA namely ‘The Master Fitter Challenge‘. To win this will by no means be an easy achievement, as it is a real examination of commitment and skill, designed to test the professionalism of fitting teams, through a series of rigorous assessments and appraisals, created and carried out by GQA, and ultimately a Live Fitting Competition at The Finals to be held at the FIT Show.

Good Luck to all the finalists!

The Fit Show will run from the 16th to 18th April at the Telford International Centre

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