BMF Young Merchant Conference
With the theme "Building for the Future", BMF are holding the first ever Young Merchant Conference as part of UK Construction Week on 11th October at the Concourse Suite, NEC, Birmingham. BMF Young Merchant Conference plays a key role in engaging a vital demographic within the Builders Merchants Federation and contributes to the Federation’s key strategic aims of youth recruitment and succession planning.
Some of the speakers include:
- Sheri Hughes, UK Diversity & Inclusion Director, PageGroup
- Peter Hindle, MBE Chairman, BMF
- David Kilburn, Executive Chairman, MKM Building Supplies
- John Cremer, Reading People, Decoding Human Beings
- Andrew Harrison, Deputy CEO P&H, Travis Perkins
- Steve Durdant-Hollamby, Managing Director, Alumasc Water Management Solutions
- Steve Backley OBE, Two Time Olympic Silver Medalist in the Javelin
On its third year at the Build Show, the BMF will again have a branded pavilion.This is a great opportunity to be part of BMF's upscaled presence, which this year will include a fantastic networking hub/café area within the Build Show.
This year, with BMF members benefitting from a substantial 20% discount, the Federation is confident that the number will be even higher. BMF members who supported the show and booked for the 2018 show include Aggregate Industries, ClicBox, Easy-Trim, Marsh Industries, Danosa, Fibo, Ibstock (Forterra), Soudal, Intact, Velux, Marley Plumbing & Drainage, Rockwool, Kingspan Environmental (Klargester), Superglass Insulation, Quinn Building Products (who took a 9m2 in 2016 and have now booked 85m2!
John Newcomb, BMF's CEO says “This is an exciting opportunity to bring BMF members together to promote their products and services at the show and to see the latest products and technology and building techniques coming on stream.”
As a BMF member, you can save a substantial 20% from the rate card* to exhibit within the BMF Pavilion:
Shell scheme £356 per m2 (normally £445)
Space only £316 per m2 (normally £395)
*All stands are subject to a £350 registration fee.