Following the success of the first Smart Buildings Show, held at the Barbican, London in early November, exhibitors have been commenting on how the event went for them.

Tom Musselwhite, marketing manager. Synapsys Solutions, commented, “Synapsys had two fantastic days at the first ever Smart Buildings Show earlier this month and we are excited about exhibiting and being part of the show in 2018. We are sure the event in 2018 will be an even bigger success building on the great foundations that were put down at this year’s show.”
Steve Geary, director, at One Sightsolutions, said, “It was a very easy decision for us to rebook next year’s Smart Building Show. The event attracted very high calibre visitors and we’ve had a good number of quality enquires to follow up on.”
Since the show closed its doors, there has also been a number of new companies who have decided to support the event.”Having visited the show - we can see the value in exhibiting in 2018 - the stands were very busy and the attendees were obviously very interested in the new technologies on offer. We look forward to November 2018 and the opportunity to promote our product ranges to the market,” said Nigel Dawbarn, market segment manager, Phoenix Contact.
There was praise from other sectors of the smart buildings industry. John Corbett, director Northern Europe and Middle East at EnOcean said, “The Smart Buildings Show was a great event for us to showcase innovative automation solutions based on the EnOcean wireless standard for sustainable building projects. At the event, we met many high quality attendees, having lots of intensive and inspiring discussions. We are very much looking forward to attending next year´s show, ” and Jackie Aarons, enLight, office manager added, “Glad to exhibit at the first Smart Buildings show. A great atmosphere, nice to see so many people interested in our technology! We found the event very successful.”
Finally, Clair Prosser from BSRIA stated, “BSRIA was delighted to have been part of Smart Buildings Show. BSRIA works extensively in this crucial and ever-changing sphere. In 2016 the global market for automated and smart building services was worth over 30 billion US dollars. Ergo – this is having a big impact on the way buildings are designed and commissioned and how we use them and experience them. BSRIA looks forward to a smart buildings evolving even more in 2018 – to save energy and money.”
Next year’s Smart Buildings Show, will take place at the same venue on the 7-8 November. There is an early bird re-booking rate available for all stands booked by Wednesday 13th December.
For more information please contact Claire Hatchett on 01923 437617.