An innovative new show for the concrete and associated industries
Concrete Expo presents a fantastic opportunity to take full advantage of an exciting new event for the concrete industry, whilst also benefiting from being co-located with Civils Expo, part of UK Construction Week.
This allows Concrete Expo to take part alongside the UK's largest event for the built environment attracting nearly 5,000 visitors, including engineers, contractors, architects and surveyors.
As a new event for the concrete industry, Concrete Expo will feature admixtures; additives; chemicals; precast equipment and accessories; batching plants (fixed and portable); fibres; formwork; road mixers; pumps and pipelines; volumetric mixers; silt management and treatment of water contamination; washout systems; screeds; and much more.
It has become clear in recent years that the construction industry needed an event that served the whole industry from the supply chain through to those targeting SME building businesses.
Working with the organisers of UK Construction Week, Media 10, Concrete Expo is able to capitalise on the huge benefit to exhibitors and visitors, of having a specialist trade show adjacent to the UK's leading and largest construction event for the whole sector.
UK Construction Week's marketing reach and partnership support will benefit the new Concrete Expo in so many ways, especially when added to the specific promotion for the concrete market Concrete Expo will receive via specialist magazines, associations and available databases in the market.The team heading up Concrete Expo have over 4 decades of experience in running trade shows, both in the UK and internationally.
Exhibitors will enjoy the prestige and value added from being associated with the UK's biggest construction show.
Co-located events will mean access to over 38,000 visitors, which will not only include core concrete industry companies and end users, but many others who could be new targets, but not been tempted or found time, to visit a pure, vertical, stand alone event.
Exhibitors and sponsors will be given the opportunity to reach out to companies not previously considered to be a main target area for business, but could benefit regardless. In tough times this could prove invaluable.
Having potential contacts in several fields of construction, negates the need to spend money on attending separate events, chasing the same visitors / business leads.