Final Day of IBSx to Deliver Even More Insightful Programming


As we kick off the final day of IBSx, get ready for several more opportunities to build your knowledge and expand your network. As a reminder, IBSx education and events are open to all registered attendees.

Friday’s schedule features an exciting lineup of educational programming, including our final two Game Changers sessions, which are available to IBSx registrants on

Other highlights include:

Conversation with Mike Rowe: A Look at Workforce Development - 10 a.m. ET
The much-anticipated interview with IBSx keynote speaker Mike Rowe will now take place at 10 a.m. ET. Rowe, best known as the “dirtiest man on TV,” a title earned on the hit TV series Dirty Jobs, will talk about the importance of getting the next generation involved in the building industry.

2021-2022 Remodeling Market Forecast - 11 a.m. ET
NAHB economist Paul Emrath will provide remodeling data, trends and indicators that illustrate current and future remodeling market conditions during this press conference open to all IBSx attendees. He will be joined by remodeling professionals Vince Butler and Tim Lansford who will discuss the demand for remodeling in their market segments and how events stemming from the COVD-19 pandemic have forced them to modify their business practices.

Closing Keynote Featuring Dex Torricke-Barton - 3 p.m. ET.
Torricke-Barton has worked with some of the biggest leaders of our time, from Elon Musk to the UN Secretary-General, to help them tell their stories. In this closing session, Dex presents his most insightful lessons for how you can cut through the noise of a world moving faster than ever and connect with your teams and customers like a human, the rarest quality of our time.

You can access all the IBSx Friday programming with direct links to the events at

As a reminder, most of the educational content will be available to registered attendees through June 30.

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