ReAgent Looks Ahead to Build Show 2017

Dan Wiggins

by Dan Wiggins

4th October 2017

The Event

As we mentioned way back in April, ReAgent will be attending the Build Show 2017 between 10-12 October as part of UK Build Week.

The event promises to be a storm, welcoming over 30,000 trade visitors and 650 trade exhibitors to the NEC in Birmingham. Lucky as we are, we got ourselves weekend exhibitors passes!

What’s on?

Along with our expert sales team will be John Stafford, managing director of Resiply LTD. As we are working with Resiply at the show, our team will be advertising the product itself. An innovation within its field, Resiply ensures a quicker and easier way to joint and point paving stones. Resiply is weed and water proof, crack resistant and can be used year round by anyone.

In our earlier post we showed you a mock-up of our stand, but you can now see the finished product below. As you can tell, our dedicated team have worked very hard on this and could not be happier with the finished product.

ReAgent Resiply Stand

The Resiply stand at the build expo 2017

As well as ourselves and Resiply, the show will feature many activities including guest speakers, seminars, workshops and even a dodgeball invitational tournament!

As for the evening time, Build Show 2017 hosts its own on site beer and ale festival, where I am very confident that a whole of fun will be had.

Where to Find Build Show 2017

The show takes place over a period of three days, where you will find at least 4 of our dedicated sales team manning our stand, as well as checking out what else the Build Show has to offer.

All of us at ReAgent look forward to seeing you over the three days, and look out for the write up and review next week.

Build Show 2017 is completely free to all trade personal and the address is as follows:

NEC, Birmingham
North Avenue
B40 1NT

See you there!


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