Virtual International Builders’ Show to Showcase 300 Exhibitors

This year's online-only International Builders' Show just announced its exhibitors, and there are some pretty big names on the list.

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The 2021 virtual version of the International Builders’ Show, IBSx, is just a few weeks away, and as it draws closer details about the event are being revealed. The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), the event organizer, recently announced IBSx will bring together at least 300 exhibitors from various segments of the home building industry.

While that number is certainly a far cry from the 2,000 exhibitors that filled the halls of the 2020 IBS, the virtual format of IBSx should allow visitors a more personal and in-depth look at the latest products and services these companies are showcasing at their exhibition booths. Like traditional in-person trade shows, event attendees will be able to chat with exhibitors about their wares and set up individual appointments to speak with exhibitor staff.

“I think the IBSx virtual platform is a great way to share news with a larger audience and reach attendees who do not typically attend the event in person,” said Matt Jones, senior manager of brand experience and design for GE Appliances. “We have crafted a custom virtual experience for each of our brands, just like we do in a physical event, each with unique content that you will only be able to view through attending the show.”

Here are a few of the companies hosting a booth at the IBSx virtual exhibit hall:

  • 3M Construction & Home Improvement Markets;
  • GE Appliances;
  • Huber Engineered Woods;
  • Lowe’s Pro;
  • Masonite International Corporation;
  • MiTek;
  • Schneider Electric;
  • Therma-Tru;
  • Whirlpool Corporation.

For a full list of exhibitors, visit BuilderShow.com.

The exhibit hall will also include live demos and sessions led by exhibitors; on-demand videos providing convenient access to product information; product directories showcasing new innovations; and exclusive giveaways and prizes.

“I am excited to see [the National Association of Home Builders] and its community of builders and exhibitors congregate together virtually to share best practices, new products and to continue to inspire each other,” Jones added.

Registration for IBSx is free for NAHB members and $50 for non-members.

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