By Kaitlin Schuler, International Roofing Expo.
The Exteriors Pavilion is returning to the 2023 International Roofing Expo show! The Pavilion will be packed with demonstrations of innovations for exterior replacement projects and is designed to support roofing and exteriors contractors as they expand into the industry. The floor is created to bring opportunities to professionals and build their companies. Expect to see top manufacturers and suppliers like LP® SmartSide® Trim & Siding, the Vinyl Siding Institute and more.
“When I originally signed up to be a vendor and partner of the IRE, it was merely to increase our presence in the roofing industry, introduce and offer our learning and development curriculum and introduce our member’s products,” said Rob Balfanz, senior director of workforce development for the Vinyl Siding Institute. “What we received was so much more than that. While at the event, we connected with familiar faces, developed connections with some of the most brilliant minds in the industry, and more. I have been to many other events like this, yet the IRE exceeded my expectations on many fronts.”
In addition to the exclusive Exteriors Pavilion, IRE features education sessions geared specifically toward exteriors and siding professionals. These sessions address topics including handling rapid growth and profitability, hiring the right personnel, leveraging distributor partnerships for success, understanding the tools of the trade for vinyl siding, and more. They serve as additional opportunities for IRE attendees seeking to deepen industry knowledge, stimulate innovation and exchange insights with other leaders in the field.
Visit theroofingexpo.com and explore all the event details.
About Kaitlin Schuler
Kaitlin Schuler is editor of Roofing & Exteriors, bringing nearly a decade of experience as an editor and journalist to her role. Prior to joining Informa, she served as special projects editor for Professional Remodeler magazine and, previously, editor for the American Nuclear Society. Schuler earned a master's in journalism from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University and a bachelor's in English from the University of Michigan. She lives and works in southwest Michigan and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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