PiGs looks set to get even bigger, say organisers as it approaches its tenth year after ’23 proved to be its biggest and best.

Sarah Ball, Joint MD at Balls2 Marketing, said: “After four events delivered in 2023, Birmingham was the final PiGs networking meet-up and we’re already planning to deliver a spectacular tenth anniversary year in 2024.

“Birmingham was a massive success, with record numbers attending. It was wonderful to see so many new faces as well as our regulars. We had a brilliant evening of networking and a live band, Ellie Jones and the Giants.

“In my wildest dreams, I couldn’t have predicted the continued success of the events. Today, PiGs is such an integral part of the events in the glazing calendar year.

Birmingham sponsors were: Altegra, Alunet Systems, APS Aluminium & Plastics Systems Ltd, Bison Frames UK, Bloomsbury Glass, Brownhills Glass, Business Pilot, Chase Taylor, CLOCK Engineering, Comar, Comp Door, Cura, DoorCo, EasyVent, Edgetech UK, Emplas Window Systems, Eurocell, Extrudaseal, FIT Show, Forel, Geocel, Georgian Bar Company, Glass & Glazing Federation, Glazerite UK Group, Glazpart, KUBU Smart Security, Morley Glass & Glazing, Quickslide, RegaLead, Reynaers Aluminium, Roto Frank UK & Ireland, Selecta Systems, Solidcore Composite Doors, SupaLite Tiled Roof Systems, Thermoseal Group, UK Doors Online, Unique Window Systems, Veka UK, Vertik-Al, VBH, Window Ware and Yale Windows and Doors.

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