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05/03/2019 to 07/03/2019
When: 5th - 7th March 2019
10:00 - 18:00
Where: ExCeL, London
United Kingdom

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At Futurebuild 2019, opinion-shapers, decision-makers and product innovators will join under a common purpose to explore the latest technologies and approaches, and debate the biggest issues facing the built environment – now and in the future – both in the UK and overseas.

This ethos will be brought to life through six Futurebuild Hubs. Providing dedicated platforms that unite sector-specific experts and innovators with leading brands and organisations, the Hubs are the place to showcase innovation and launch and promote products with highly engaged audiences. Home to focused education, research and inspiration, the Hubs enable visitors to prepare for tomorrow by taking action today.

The Society for the Environment will be in attendance in two forms - via an information packed exhibition stand (E206) and our CEO, Dr Emma Wilcox, joins a panel debate on day 2 (Wednesday) to discuss professional registrations, training and education at 13:30. Panel title: "The Future Practice Challenge - Connecting education, research, practice and professionalism".

The Futurebuild Hubs surround the central ecobuild conference, which will sit at the heart of the event. This ideas arena will challenge industry to ‘think the unthinkable’ with a programme of inspiring speakers and game-changing discussions – all focused on examining and sparking action on the most important, far-reaching societal and environmental issues. 

Over 26,500 decision-makers will descend on London’s ExCeL, London, from 05-07 March 2019 to learn about the latest products and collaborate around delivering improved results. 

Futurebuild is the evolution of ecobuild. 

Learn more and register for free at www.futurebuild.co.uk

Professional bodies licensed to award the Chartered Environmentalist registration:

Society for the Environment
Davis Building, 189 Railway Terrace, 
Rugby, UK, CV21 3HQ.
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