Happy New Year!

CEO Dave Dalton addresses 2014 Glass Focus Conference

Happy New Year!

Everyone at British Glass would like to wish you a Happy New Year, we hope 2015 is successful and prosperous.

We also wanted to provide further details on our Glass Focus annual conference, with a theme of ‘Innovation within Glass and the Supply Chain’, it will this year take place on June 12th 2015 at the Renaissance Manchester City Centre Hotel.

A number of speakers have already been confirmed from industry, glass research and the CBI. Updates will follow with new speakers and further details. If you have any suggestions regarding specific speakers or subjects that you would like to see featured on the day then please let the team at British Glass know.

There are also opportunities to sponsor awards and to exhibit, which gives businesses a physical presence and an opportunity to showcase within the exhibition area.

We love to see our members excellent work recognised by the industry, therefore, please do enter your business into one of this year’s award categories. To do so please fill in the application on the following page http://www.britglass.org.uk/industry-awards

Please visit the Conference and Awards pages of our website for further information on all of the above.

We hope to see you at this year’s conference and if you have any further questions, please feel free to contact the conference team at glassconference@britglass.co.uk.
 

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