The FIT for Business Seminars are complemented by presentations in The FIT Theatre located in Hall 4, which are fundamentally different by encouraging visitor participation
(PRWEB UK) 7 April 2013
The FIT Show’s FIT for Business seminar programme has been published with a three day schedule that features some of the industry’s top experts on the most compelling issues the industry faces.
Designed to allow visitors to take the minimum time out from the show to gain maximum impact from the sessions that mean most to them, The FIT for Business seminars have each been designed to ensure delegates can take what they learn and put it to work in their businesses immediately.
The subjects covered are as diverse as the issues facing manufacturers and installers in the front line of the window, door and conservatory industry. All are free of charge and available on a first come first served basis so some planning is recommended for all sessions.
Presentations include the hot and potentially toxic topic of CE Marking which will be addressed in separate sessions and days by Paul Duggan of Exova Warrington Certification, and Richard Bate of Build Check, both of whom will explain the obligations of everyone in the supply chain; if you think CE Marking doesn’t include you, then think again is the theme of both.
Have you ever looked at your competitor’s brochure and wondered how they get such fantastic photography? Then drop into one of Adrian Toon’s sessions on ‘Photographing Homes’ and he will tell you how to do it for yourself and the importance and benefits of getting it right.
The ubiquitous marketing guru Andrew Scott is of course taking part with a different subject on each of the three days, including ‘How to create growth through your marketing’, and how to ‘Strike Gold with your customers’. His are great value and dozens of companies in the industry continue to benefit from Andrew’s guidance.
The FIT for Business Seminars are complemented by presentations in The FIT Theatre located in Hall 4, which are fundamentally different by encouraging visitor participation and featuring key subjects such as how to become a ‘60 percenter’ sales closer and, at the other end of the deal ‘how to get paid’. Experts from Google and the world of television will also hold sessions on how to get the most out of the web and TV respectively.
The programmes are synchronised to ensure visitors can enjoy sessions from both but organiser Paul Godwin acknowledges there is probably too much for the day visitor to take in: “There is a huge programme for visitors – more than 150 exhibitors, greater than any glass and glazing event for at least 5 years; the Master Fitter Challenge where eight teams compete for £10,000 prize money; and two huge seminar programmes in two locations,” says Paul. He does offer a solution however: “Why not come for two or even three days? There is hotel accommodation from as little as £34.50 with details on The FIT Show web site.”
The FIT Show is being held at The International Centre Telford from 16th to 18th April 2013. More information on the seminars and how to register to beat the queues can be found at http://www.fitshow.co.uk.