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01 Apr 2022



FIT Show visitors that want to find out more about recruiting new talent, upskilling, winning more new business, or how to navigate the new building regulations, can find all the answers on stands C10 and C12 with the GGF and FENSA respectively. The two organisations will also be sharing their expertise in a series of talks throughout the show.

“Between our two industry bodies we have a wealth of knowledge on all of the issues affecting the sector today, including those that have become a top priority,” explains Anda Gregory, Chief Development Officer at the GGF. “Which is why we want to use this year’s long awaited FIT Show as an opportunity to share this information with industry colleagues face to face.

“Visitors to the GGF stand can expect to find out more about our Skilled Pathways Scheme and training offering. We can offer member companies everything they need to attract new talent and full training programmes to employees. It can feel like a big mountain to climb when you first start looking into offering apprenticeships, but we think we have created something different that will achieve real results and we’re incredibly excited to share this with visitors to the show, first-hand.”

Lis Clarke, Operations Director at FENSA and BFRC explains what visitors to stand C12 can expect to see: “Exhibiting alongside the GGF, we are keen to support the industry with the implementation of the new Building Regulations. There has been much discussion about how we are going to meet this new challenge and what installers need to be aware of, so we want to offer our support with more clarity and practical advice.

“With over 15 million certificates now issued by FENSA, we’ll also be encouraging our installer members to use our 20th anniversary to their advantage when attracting new business.”

Anda concludes: “Both GGF and FENSA are looking forward to connecting with industry peers in person to provide the trusted expertise that the industry so needs and look forward to welcoming visitors to our stands at the show.”