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RCI JULY 2014

THE RCI SHOW 2014 “The RCI Show 2014, RCI Show director Tony Brown explains what visitors can expect at the key show for the Over the last ten months since we launched the RCI Show, we have worked tirelessly to pull together an exhibition that the roofing, cladding and insulation sector can be proud of. Key to this was securing as broad a range of exhibitors as possible to ensure the right mix of products and materials are on show for visitors, and we feel we have more than achieved this with over 110 exhibitors having already signed up, plus being able to secure representation from the key Associations in our market including the NFRC, SPRA, LSA, LCA and the LRWA. Support from leading construction material supplier SIG and official show sponsor KNAUF Insulation have also been instrumental in helping us establish the RCI Show in the market. In fact with just four months to go until the October show date, we have less than 16 stands available, so the show will be a sell out. This is a huge credit to the industry and manufacturers in particular who have whole-heartedly got behind this exhibition and backed what we believe will be a successful show for many years to come and finally give our sector the exhibition it deserves. But as we all know exhibitions aren’t built on exhibitors alone these days, and we have worked hard to pull together varied and informative content for visitors to the show. We have secured speakers from organisations including the Zero Carbon Hub, DECC, DCLG, CITB, Balfour Beatty and the NIA to name just a few. Visitors will also be able to hear from green roof expert and regular TV contributor Dusty Gedge, roofing consultant and RCI Technical Note author Keith Roberts and BIM expert Gillian Smith of BIM Store. Our full seminar programme including topics will be finalised in the coming months. For those who want to be more hands-on and get up close and personal with products and materials, SIG will be presenting a number of its key offerings and discussing issues and solutions in the SIG Live amphitheatre. The NFRC will also be hosting drop in clinics where experts will 030 JULY 2014 RCIMAG.COM it’s for you!” roofing, cladding and insulation sector 2014 SHOW sponsored by be on-hand to answer visitors’ questions and queries; plus there will be a large demo area where a number of key companies will be showcasing the latest installation techniques, products and materials and questions and interaction from visitors will be encouraged. These are just a few of the key attractions at the RCI Show and we are just putting the finishing touches to a couple of attractions and presentations that will certainly add to the visitor experience. Our plan is for the RCI Show to serve our industry and deliver results for both exhibitors and visitors for many years to come, unlike other shows that have come and gone. But we are well aware that as we are seeing growth returning to construction, time is precious. With this in mind we have worked hard to ensure that the RCI Show will focus solely on your market and deliver on the issues that matter to you most. We have left no stone unturned in terms of attracting the right people to exhibit at the show, speak and present at the show as well as promoting the RCI Show far and wide. This, we are sure, will deliver results for visitors and ensure a trip to the Ricoh Arena in October will be a valuable experience. To find out more about the RCI Show 2014 visit: www.rcishow.co.uk Where: Ricoh Arena, Coventry When: 29 & 30 October 2014 Times: Wed 29 Oct: 10am - 5pm Thurs 30 Oct: 10am - 4pm Register now for your free tickets: www.rcishow.co.uk The first 1,000 to pre reg receive: free parking, free lunch voucher and free coffee & Danish! Above: RCI Show event directors Tony Brown (left) and Andy Dunn: “Our plan is for the RCI Show to serve our industry and deliver results for both exhibitors and visitors for many years to come”


RCI JULY 2014
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