Insulate Magazine & BRUFMA Partner for 2017 Conference
Insulate Magazine is delighted to announce its media partnership for this year’s British Rigid Urethane Foam Manufacturers Association (BRUFMA) conference being held at Building Centre, London on 28th June 2017
As Insulate Magazine looks to further establish its name within the insulation industry, Partnering with Associations such as BRUFMA is the perfect way to introduce the publication to key influencers and figures from across the industry.
Regulation or Education
The annual event has an overarching theme, Regulation or Education? The role of design in future proofing the UK building stock, and will provide invaluable insight and debate into the key issues that affect the industry from some of the leading players in sustainability, design and building standards.
BRUFMA Conference Speakers
An impressive line-up of speakers at the conference include Dr Stephen Garvin, Director BRE Centre for Resilience, Claire Curtis-Thomas, Chief Executive of the BBA, Dr Howard Porter, Chair of the Each Home Counts Implementation Board and CEO of BEAMA, and Lynn Sullivan OBE, co-founding partner of sustainableBYdesign. They will be joined by, amongst others, Will Waller from leading design and consultancy firm, Arcadis, who will provide an overview of the built environment.
Managing editor of Insulate Magazine, Colin Heath Said:
“It’s a real honour to be selected as media partner for the 2017 BRUFMA conference, being such a new publication, it’s a privilege to have the support for our vision of industry related content delivery supported by such a well-regarded trade organisation.”
Speaking of the partnership, BRUFMA chief executive Simon Storer added:
“The 2017 conference is shaping up very well with high levels of interest being shown and plenty of places already booked. We are delighted that Insulate Magazine is our media partner as the benefits to both parties are already being realised. This will only increase as we approach the conference date and between us we will ensure that all those involved are able to make the most of what is expected to be a very informative and useful conference, exploring some key issues facing our industry”
To register your place for the BRUFMA conference please click here.