Costa Coffee and Royal Mail at Retrofit Buyers Forum

13th September, 2012

The Retrofit Buyers Forum now has over 60 Buyers confirmed. A raft of major industry names wishing to know more about the retrofit and green deal supply chain will be to attending. Importantly this unique forum will give participants an unrivalled opportunity to meet with major names such as Costa Coffee, Royal Mail and Willmott Dixon as they delve deeper into their refurbishment journey.

This focused approach has proved to be highly successful in creating new business relationships and facilitating meetings. All participants in the Forum must have a strong desire to engage at the highest level possible with decision makers and individuals with direct influence. All of the Forum activities and meetings are matched to participant’s needs, organised on their behalf.

Buyers participating in the Forum will be expected to meet with a minimum four exhibitors (preferably six) on each day that they agree to participate. These meetings will be scheduled and booked in advance and will be operated around a strict timetable. Sufficient time will be built in throughout the day for Buyers to visit the main exhibition and attend seminars and the Green Deal Summit. In the event that a Retrofit Buyers Forum participant cannot attend for the full day, or can only attend for part of the day, a reserve person will be required to attend in their place

The Retrofit Buyers Forum is a FREE service for Retro Expo exhibitors that provides a business boost for both buyers and suppliers alike.

This exclusive gathering ground is co-located within Retro Expo and takes place on 30 October - 01 November 2012 at the NEC Birmingham.

For more information on the Retrofit Buyers Forum and the exclusive benefits of taking part including ‘access all areas’ passes plus lots more click on the Retrofit Buyers Forum Button or contact:

Julie Richards - Forum Manager:


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