Top Glass 2019 delivers energy and substance
April 18, 2019 By Patrick Flannery
Top Glass 2019 surpassed all previous attendance records with over 300 glazing contractors, architectural glass fabricators, architects and other construction design professionals walking through the doors. They came to see 62 of Canada’s top suppliers of products for the commerical glass construction industry and to take in a sparkling education program addressing green building standards, bent IGU seal testing, contractor certification and anisotropy measurement science.
But the numbers were not the real story. Most notable at Top Glass 2019 was the high quality of the attendees, with three out of four identifying as senior executives or owners of their organizations. Exhibitors reported solid business leads and even some deals being done right on the show floor. Energy was high and the strong traffic carried right through the day. Sessions were well-attended with a mix of architects, contractors and manufacturers asking many questions and even getting into some lively exchanges.
Some attendees and exhibitors even took to Twitter to express their satisfaction with the day.
“What a day at Top Glass! Thanks to @GlassCanadaMag for putting on such an energetic conference!! ” – @GlasCurtain
“Happy to represent @ProvincialGlass at @GlassCanadaMag ‘s #TopGlassCanada A lot of smiles and laughs! ” – @BrettLucier
“All now set up and ready for visitors at the Top Glass Glass Canada conference and exhibition @GlassCanadaMag at the International Centre,Mississauga.” – @RegaLeadCanada
“Learning about green building standards and bldg envelope from Hamid Vossoughi P.Eng. @WSPCanada at #TopGlass @GlassCanadaMag” – @CdnConsultEng
“The #TopGlassCanada Conference brings glazing contractors, curtain wall manufacturers, storefront fabricators, architects and building engineers together for a day of education, networking and review of the latest technology. Come see Halio tint! Free admission! @GlassCanadaMag” – @halioglass
Top Glass returns to the International Centre April 22, 2020.
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