Selfbuilders keen to procure new services and solutions should head to Ecobuild 2015 (3rd to 5th March 2015, ExCeL London) where the latest innovations will be on display from over 400 leading companies across the sustainable built environment.
From future construction materials, lighting and technical solutions, to solar, low carbon, resource management and energy efficiency and generation, Ecobuild is the marketplace for green building. Get your FREE ticket today by visiting www.ecobuild.co.uk.
Innovation is set to be at the forefront of Ecobuild as it signs a new partnership with retail giant Marks & Spencer (M&S) to highlight innovative products and solutions from across the sustainable built environment.
Following overwhelming feedback from Ecobuild’s visitor community that innovative new products and solutions are a key reason to attend the event, Ecobuild 2015 will incorporate a curated innovation exhibition around one of the arenas.
As the industry puts pressure on new materials to drive innovation and rebuild the UK supply chain, Ecobuild will showcase the latest sustainable, low carbon building materials and technologies predicted to meet this need.
Fostering innovation at every level, Ecobuild’s ‘Dragons Den’ style event will showcase companies pitching their new ideas and innovation to a panel of industry experts. For 2015 this will be elevated to a conference session held in one of the two arenas. In conjunction with the UK-GBC, Ecobuild will launch the search for the best innovations and the team of judges will whittle these down, who will present live at Ecobuild.
M&S is also sponsoring the Innovative Product of the Year category in the inaugural Ecobuild Awards. Produced to celebrate innovation across the sustainable built environment, Ecobuild exhibitors can enter the following categories; Ecobuild Sustainability Personality of the Year; Ecobuild Sustainability Initiative of the Year; Ecobuild Innovative Product of the Year and Ecobuild Workplace and Wellbeing Initiative of the Year.
Looking forward and gazing boldly back, Ecobuild, with the support of M&S, will examine the barriers which have slowed innovation in the construction industry in the past and lay on a range of sessions to empower the industry to strip them away.
For further information or to register for your FREE ticket to Ecobuild, please visit www.ecobuild.co.uk.