IBS Deals Available for First-Time Attendees

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As the largest annual, light-construction trade show in the world, the NAHB International Builders' Show® (IBS) offers attendees the opportunity to experience a diverse collection of innovative products, education sessions and networking opportunities all in one place. If you are thinking about attending IBS for the first time, you can take advantage of a first-time attendee discount for current NAHB members who have never previously registered for IBS, or people who have previously registered for the show but only as a non-member. Full registration is available for $150 — a savings of up to $450 — and provides access to all the show has to offer. "I love learning something new," shared Rachel Burton Williams, a soon-to-be first-time IBS attendee. "I'm excited for all the educational courses and to see the huge assortment of exhibitors." More than 150 education sessions covering the hottest strategies and trends affecting the home building industry take place over the course of the show. A full registration also includes access to:
  • Innovative products and technology from more than 1,400 top manufacturers on the show floor
  • Education on the show floor through construction demos at the High Performance Building Zone, as well as an insider-look at the products and techniques discussed in the zone through the Builder Performance Lab
  • Endless opportunities to make new business connections, including IBS Centrals dedicated to topics such as 55+ housing, custom building, design, multifamily housing, remodeling and sales
One of the biggest misconceptions about the show is that it is only for home builders and remodelers. That’s not the case. In fact, it’s for anyone who is associated with the residential construction industry. Specialty trade contractors, interior designers, architects, sales and marketing professionals and others always find value from attending this mega-event. "Networking can serve as peer feedback and a resource group, giving you a fresh look at things that affect your business," observed Amanda Kurt, a concrete and excavation subcontractor. Learn more about the first-time attendee discount and register today.

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