NAPIT announces exciting new features of NAPIT EXPO 2014

The NAPIT EXPO will once again unite businesses and installers in the electrical, heating, plumbing, ventilation, microgeneration and building fabrics sectors. Popular features and loyal exhibitors from previous years will return, along with new exhibitors and new innovative services, such as free NAPIT Training.

The training taster courses, held during the tradeshow, will cover Electrical Vehicle Charging, Fire Alarm Systems, Asbestos Awareness and a Renewable Heat Incentive overview. Visitors who attend these free courses will receive a certificate and discounts on future training. Exhibitors looking for that extra opportunity for promotion may sponsor one of the sessions.

Entry to the event is free and all visitors will receive a welcome gift bag containing over £100 worth of vouchers and merchandise from NAPIT and many of the EXPO’s exhibitors. There will also be a discounted on-the-day calibration service, personal Q&A sessions with industry experts, and leading manufacturers, wholesalers and suppliers promoting the latest tools, technology and services.

The exhibition this year is being held as part of the International Festival for Business (IFB), an assortment of more than 200 events, which together form the UK’s largest business festival. The IFB is expected to attract hundreds of thousands of visitors, from SMEs, corporates and entrepreneurs, to business delegates from across the world.

NAPIT’s group marketing manager, Jenny Gaunt, said, ‘It was rewarding to receive such good feedback from both visitors and exhibitors alike at last year’s show. This year we have added even more value with free gifts, discounts and training tasters. It’s also exciting to be holding the NAPIT EXPO 2014 as part of the IFB, I encourage all of our visitors and exhibitors to take full advantage of the extra networking opportunities the festival will have to offer.’

To register to attend the NAPIT EXPO visit: www.napitexpo.co.uk/registration.aspx

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