Smart Buildings Show 2019 over two thirds sold

April 17, 2019 by John Hatcher
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Smart Buildings Show 2019 over two thirds sold

Smart Buildings Show 2019 is continuing to grow and more than two-thirds of space has already been sold for this year’s event.

As well as moving to Olympia, the show is also expanding, with an additional conference theatre - the Connected Spaces Theatre, sponsored by Schneider Electric.

Claire Hatchett, sales manager, commented, “This year’s event promises to be the biggest and best, with more exhibitors, content and visitors. Visitor numbers were up by 45% last year with just under 1200 attendees over the two days. We anticipate the same growth again this year.”

Smart Buildings 2019 already has more exhibitors than last year with stands booked by; Allied Telesis, Beckhoff, Belimo, SYSCOM, Steinel UK, Coster Group UK,  Aranet, ULIS, Johnson Controls, Schneider Electric, ENGIE UK, Wireless Infrastructure Group, Birdsall, Condeco, Dwyer Instruments, global associates, Synapsys, Open Technology, Panasonic, EnOcean, ExcelRedstone, Distech, BEG, Resource Data Management, Pressac Communications, Carlo Gavazzi, HMS Industrial Networks, ICONICS UK, Contemporary Controls, WAGO, Phoenix Contact, Priva UK, One SightSolutions, Sontay, Tamlite, Drax Technology, DEOS UK and UbiqiSense.

John Hatcher, conference director, said, “The call for papers has just gone out and we are pleased to add another theatre. We now have the Connected Spaces theatre in addition to the Connected Management, Connected Controls and Training Theatre. Overall, this promises to be a fantastic event for the smart commercial buildings industry.”

Smart Buildings Show is taking place at Olympia, London on the 9-10 October 2019.

To secure your stand at the show, contact Claire Hatchett at c.hatchett@turretgroup.com

For information on the call for papers, please go to www.smartbuildingsshow.com/call-for-papers
 

 

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