November 27-29, 2016
Canadian Contractor’s second annual RenoFocus is taking place November 27 to 29, 2016. The inaugural event in 2015 was a resounding success with over 30 contractors from across Canada participating in this unique event. RenoFocus brings together owner / operators to share best practices, industry stories and product knowledge with a select list of manufacturers and service providers to help them understand the renovation market better. The result is a highly effective and intimate networking event bridging the market to enhance the renovation industry.
WHY YOU SHOULD APPLY
How useful to your contracting business would it be if you could join us in Toronto as our guest to share your best practices, business acumen and industry stories with more than 30 other owners/operators of significant renovation, design-build and custom homebuilding firms from across Canada? While you are here, visit The Buildings Show, North America’s largest exposition, networking and educational event which now includes Construct Canada, PM Expo, HomeBuilder & Renovator Expo, World of Concrete Pavilion and IIDEXCanada. Selected contractors will receive complimentary tickets to Construct Canada as well as its seminars.
RenoFocus is a combination of a “focus group,” in which manufacturers and suppliers will gather intel from contractors about their existing and potential new products, and a networking event among elite building professionals.
RenoFocus will be held at a 5-star hotel in Downtown Toronto and as our guest, we will cover your event transportation, hotel and meals. Consider applying if you think are the kind of contractor who could benefit from three days of expenses paid networking and are willing to help our sponsors learn how to make their products better. Spaces are limited and successful applicants will be chosen to provide a diverse cross-section of contractor businesses across Canada.
APPLICATIONS HAVE NOW CLOSED
For more information contact us below.
Rob Koci, Publisher
Stephanie Chiang CEM, Event Manager