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Why Remodelers Should Attend IBS 2022

The 2022 event covers all things construction with innovative new products, classes, networking, and entertainment. The International Builders' Show will be held Feb. 8-10 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando. 


By NAHB Staff December 8, 2021
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This article first appeared in the Nov/Dec 2021 issue of Pro Remodeler.

If you’re a professional remodeler, then you should attend the 2022 International Builders’ Show (IBS), Feb. 8-10, 2022 in Orlando. The show is full of cutting-edge content for the remodeling sphere.

At IBS, you’ll experience demonstrations of innovative new products, dynamic educational programs, and the single most advantageous opportunity of the year to network with a wide range of remodeling leaders and business-management experts from around the country.

And the best part? The Builders’ Show in Orlando will be live and in-person.

A Place for Remodelers

Organized by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), IBS is the largest annual residential and light construction trade show in the world. Attending IBS, experiencing the excellent content and exhibits, and networking with your peers, will set your business apart because of the knowledge you will bring home.

This year’s show packs a year’s worth of action into three days. The opening ceremonies on Tuesday, Feb. 8 kick off with basketball legend-turned-entrepreneur Earvin “Magic” Johnson as the keynote speaker. Then it’s three days of exciting new products, gripping education sessions, and lively networking opportunities. The show will wrap up on Thursday, Feb. 10, with a closing concert featuring country music superstar Trace Adkins.

Remodelers like you should take every opportunity to see the products on the IBS show floor. And be sure to sign up for the education sessions featuring topics such as custom building and remodeling, business management, sales and marketing, and project management.

If you’re looking for a place to meet up with other like-minded remodeling professionals, IBS Remodeling Central is a great place to do just that. Here, you can explore exciting new ideas while grabbing some refreshments and connecting with others in your profession

Remodeling Central also features learning sessions led by top industry professionals. Learn how to build better, expand your business, and deliver outstanding projects that will wow your customers.

The New American Remodel 2022

Another key aspect of the Builders’ Show that you should check out is The New American Remodel 2022, which will be showcased during the show. Designed by Phil Kean, president of Phil Kean Design Group, and remodeled by Eric Gray, owner of Designer Trade Services, the mid-century modern home features leading-edge remodeling innovations, design trends, and exciting new products. It is the best of the best in remodeling, and the only way to get up-close and personal with this incredible home is to attend IBS.

For the advancement of your professional development and your business success, you need to be at the Builders’ Show. Learn more about the show, special events, education sessions, the New American Remodel, and more at BuildersShow.com.   

 


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