ReAgent recently attended Build Show 2017 as part of UK Construction Week. The event took place over 3 days at the NEC in Birmingham.
The event proved to be a fruitful venture for our sales team at ReAgent. Teaming up with John Stafford, managing director of Resiply was Gary Walsh, sales manager & John Rankin, our category sales specialist. Our exhibition proved to be a successful talking point of the event, attracting hundreds of people to explore and discuss with our team the applications of Resiply products, ResiDual, ResiBind and ResiSeal.
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UK Construction Week
The products that Resiply has to offer was the focal point of our trip to Birmingham, since we have been working so closely with John to develop products under the Resiply banner, we decided to take full advantage of having the exhibition slot at the NEC for the event during UK Construction Week and had a brand new display created, as well as sending down a portion of our sales team to work the event and network with fellow exhibitors and attendees.
Our members of staff who attended
The event ran for 3 full days, spanning from Monday 9th – Wednesday 11th October. For the first day, our stand was manned by John Rankin, Gary Walsh and John Stafford. The second day saw our Technical Sales Specialist, Charlotte Chase join the team. Followed by the final installment to our team, Jos. Jos is the newest member of our team at ReAgent, based in Dusseldorf and focusing on the sale of Resiply products in Germany. We signed a contract with Jos back in April, if you want to learn more about ReAgents expansion into Germany, you can read about it here: https://www.reagent.ie/reagent-signs-contract-with-new-agent-in-germany/.
Overall, the event was a huge success and the popularity of Resiply products continues to grow. We very much enjoy working closely with John to produce his products.
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