Organisers of the Glazing Summit have confirmed that the event has sold out.

Four hundred-plus leaders from across the glass and glazing industry will be attending the event, which will tackle the biggest industry issues, tomorrow (Thursday, October 21) at Edgbaston Stadium and Conference Centre, Birmingham.

Four debates, on conquering the supply chain crisis, embracing a sustainable future, the challenges installers have faced, and whether it’s time to buy, sell or bust, will feature expert panellists, while keynote speakers include GGF expert David Borland on the regulation minefield, leading economist Greg Perdon on the economic outlook for the industry, and legendary business guru Geoff Burch on growth through leadership.

The day will be rounded off with the Glazing Summit Dinner, with delegates enjoying a champagne reception and gala dinner before Simon Evans, one of the UK’s most respected and best loved comedians, takes to the stage.

Andrew Scott, Glazing Summit founder, said: “We have seen a big rush on tickets in the last week, and 400 plus will be the biggest turn out for the Glazing Summit since its inception in 2018.

“With some on-point debates and discussions on the biggest challenges facing fabricators, installers, glass companies and component suppliers, and a fantastic line up of speakers and keynotes, there will be something for everyone.

“We’re all set for tomorrow – and can’t wait to welcome everyone to the Glazing Summit for a day you won’t want to miss.”