The community’s annual construction and property trade show will return later this year.
After the annual gathering was delayed due to the pandemic, JTrade has announced the return of the networking event, which will once again be held at ExCel London.
Taking place over two days for the first time, the trade show, which was first held in May 2018 and had 280 exhibitors, is set to be one of the first face-to-face events in the community when it takes place on 8-9 November.
It will give exhibitors and attendees the chance to view the latest technology in the industry, meet new potential employers and network with big business leaders.
Ari Feferkorn, founder and CEO of JTrade, said: “After a challenging year, bringing JTrade back to the ExCel is a welcome sign of resilience and progress. It was always our intention to reschedule this event, but we wanted to wait until we could offer the experience that our attendees have come to expect, in a safe environment.
“We decided to expand the event to two days to allow attendees and exhibitors additional time to relax, and the opportunity to visit each stand.
“I am looking forward to welcoming our exhibitors and attendees so they may create opportunities for collaboration, content and conversations and forge valuable connections.”
Registration is now open: www.jtrade.co.uk
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