The Glass & Glazing Federation and Fensa made the most of the FIT Show to offer industry peers ‘a bank of information’ on areas such as recruiting new talent, upskilling, winning new business, and changes to building regulations.

GGF chief development officer Anda Gregory said: “Visitors to the FIT Show were evidently hungry for more information on many issues. It was clear to see from the number of visitors coming to see us during the show that companies want to apply best practice and do the right thing but are struggling to find all the answers they need. It was great to share our expertise and knowledge on both of our stands, but also at the series of talks we gave throughout the show. The seminars were packed out and were well received by all who attended.

“The GGF’s Skilled Pathways Scheme and training offering also went down a storm at the show because companies could see that it has everything they need to attract new talent and offer full training programmes to employees. Similarly, the Fensa stand was inundated with people keen to learn more about the changes to Building Regulations. We had a mixture of visitors to both stands too – a vast number of members looking for more advice and guidance, as well as many more new faces looking to become members.”

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