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The Specifier’s Guide takes inside knowledge to Homes 2018

November 2018

Homes 2018, which took place from 28th to 29th November at Olympia, London, is a premier event for those working at a high level in residential development, strategic asset management, and procurement.  It featured a raft of new products, and also provided cutting-edge insight from multiple conference streams.  Around 4,000 visitors had access to 120 exhibotors, more than 80 hours of tailored educational content, and 150+ expert speakers.  Homes 2018 claims this all adds up to the housing sector’s biggest free content of talks, seminars, and panel debates.  The five theatres covered topics ranging from asset management, development, efficiency, fire safety, home ownership, planning, regeneration, technology, people, finance, and build-to-rent.

This year saw the launch of the Contract Flooring Zone.  Presented by The Flooring Show, this feature brought together the housing sector and the flooring Industry. Aimed at educating and engaging the sector in all aspects from buying, specifying, and fitting any type of floorcovering, this exciting new feature was a great opportunity to network and discuss future projects.

And Kick-Start Publishing played a prominent role, displaying the wealth of industry knowledge that is contained in The Specifier’s Guide to Ceramic Tile and Calibrated Natural Stone, and the recently launched Specifier’s Guide to Flooring (https://www.specifiersguide.co.uk/).

 

More about Homes 2018 at: https://homesevent.co.uk

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