July 18 2018
Topseal is set for a starring role at a new conference in November 2018 for roofing and cladding contractors called Contractor’s Day.
The brand new conference and exhibition event is the brainchild of the The National Federation of Roofing Contractors Limited (NFRC) in tandem with Total Contractor magazine.
The event will be held over one day, Monday, November 18th, at the home of English rugby, Twickenham, London.
With the event organizer NFRC representing over 70% of the roofing industry, it promises to be a must-visit for anyone interested in or associated with roofing and cladding.
All the latest roofing, cladding and insulation news will be covered along with the opportunity to meet the leading players in the roofing industry, which, of course, includes Topseal.
Amanda Brackey, Head of Marketing and Communications at the NFRC, said: “We launched Contractor’s Day as a platform for the NFRC to interact with contractors and update them on our latest technical guidance, offer advice on standards and to debate the key issues affecting contractors both on-site and in their businesses.
“But just as important for visitors to Contractor’s Day is the manufacturers and suppliers who will be on show.”
If you would like the opportunity to meet Topseal, the UK’s leading GRP flat roofing company, and other manufacturers and suppliers in roofing, along with updating yourself with the latest roofing news, visit Contractor’s Day 2018 website and register for FREE here.
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