Opening day highlights
Business was brisk defying the Brexit uncertainty, as the industry and its customers gathered at ExCeL London for the only event dedicated to the UK Stone & Hard Surfaces industry.
The Architects’ day was the best attended yet with building professionals completing the RIBA-assessed Stone, Water & Light workshop and enjoying guided tours of the Show from Vince Marazita, Peter Harrison and Eric Bignell.
The MaterialDistrict curated exhibition was also generating a lot of interest.
MaterialDistrict showcases over 136 innovative materials
Stamford Stone Company are exclusive suppliers of Clipsham limestone
Tenax provide a range of bonding products at the show
Infinity quartz are launching new ranges into the UK market at Hard Surfaces
Wednesday provides the opportunity to explore the latest trends in the tiling sector at the Marrying tradition to technology seminars hosted by TSJ editor Joe Simpson in South Gallery Room 6.
You can also keep up-to-date with all the latest stone industry developments with eight daily seminars on the Stone Federation Stand including an introduction to the Ethical Stone Register at 2pm and Grants – are you getting what you’re entitled to? at 3.30pm.
There’s still two days in which to visit. Entry is free, register now and your ticket will be sent to you by e-mail or you can simply turn up and register on-site.
I've seen how techniques and machinery have advanced in the stone trade, making life easier, more efficient and saving money on a project
The Natural Stone Show has been really exciting for us, we’ve met a lot of great people and had a lot of traffic on the stand, it has been a great setting for our official launch.
You can find everything!
The real highlight of the show has been seeing so many people come to see the new colours that we've introduced...we've pulled in incredible crowds with the new range.
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