A lot to talk about at Win-door North America 2008
October 27, 2008 – Toronto – You can bet the economy will be a main topic of conversation among exhibitors and visitors to the Win-door North America trade show on November 11-13, in Toronto, Ontario.
You can bet the economy will be a main topic of conversation among exhibitors and visitors to the Win-door North America trade show on November 11-13, in Toronto, Ontario. www.windoorshow.com
It was the dominant topic of conversation among exhibitors at the Glassbuild America show in Las Vegas in October. Despite the lagging economy Wind-door organizers are plowing full steam ahead with the annual show and as of late October, it was almost sold out.
The Canadian Window and Door Manufacturers Association hosts this event which is a highly focused industry trade show for window and door manufacturers. If you are involved in the fenestration industry it is a valuable venue for meeting a cross section of suppliers from machinery makers to IG unit component suppliers and everything in between. Now in its 13th year, Win-door is the longest running glass industry trade show in Canada. In fact, it’s the only glass show of any sort being held regularly in this country. This in itself is probably the main factor in why this trade show is holding its own despite the doom and gloom attitude overshadowing the economy. In trying economic times it is even more important to increase your visibility and step up marketing efforts to maintain market share.
Many of the exhibitors at the show will be comparing notes and strategies for weathering the economic storm ahead.
Glass Canada will be exhibiting at Win-door. Feel free to stop by the booth and chat. There’s lot’s to talk about.
– Editor, Glass Canada