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Event News & Product Innovators

Event News & Product Innovators

  • Futurebuild and the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) are joining forces to explore the future of energy at Futurebuild 2019. This strategic partnership puts the ADE at the centre of the Energy Hub, bringing together key stakeholders to discuss and debate how to deliver a user-led, flexible, smart energy future.

  • In an exclusive first for the UK built environment events sector, Futurebuild has announced a partnership with GIGA, a leading organisation driving greater accessibility of international building product certifications via cloud software. GIGA’s product, the Origin Material Hub places a spotlight on materials transparency and product certifications. This partnership will come to life through a new Futurebuild product directory and a dedicated new area of the event – The mindful MATERIALS Certification Pavilion.
  • The RIBA is launching an open call to all RIBA Chartered Members and RIBA Chartered Practices to find a practice that can create a vibrant and dynamic space at Futurebuild 2019.
  • Futurebuild Events has announced it is increasing floorspace in 2019 by 20%. 

  • The Modular Matters conference and exhibition, taking place at the Birmingham NEC on 30 October 2018, will focus on the latest developments, innovations and investments in the volumetric modular sector and outline the continuing evolution of this dynamic offsite construction technology.

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  • Martin Hurn, Managing Director, of Futurebuild Events, was interviewed by Exhibition News about his efforts to embed sustainability into ecobuild 2018.  
  • Futurebuild Events Ltd has once again called on Tangerine to provide strategic communications support and consultancy as it launches Futurebuild 2019.

  • Structural fixings manufacturer, Ancon, has won a 2018 Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category. 
  • The purpose of this report is to capture the key points made by speakers and resulting from wider discussion with the audience. Each chair was asked to encourage the speakers and the audience to put forward three recommendations and also to answer this question: what is the one thing that government could do to help deliver the SDGs?
  • Martin Hurn, Futurebuild Events MD reflects on the first ecobuild under Futurebuild Events leadership and what the future holds...
  • London designers lead the way in radical recycling that cares for the planet.

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