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BSRIA sees record attendance at global HVAC trends presentations

The BSRIA global HVAC trends presentations recently given at the 2017 AHR Expo in Las Vegas have been hailed a ‘huge success’ with a record-breaking level of attendees – in excess of 450 delegates – across all presentations.

The BSRIA global HVAC trends presentations recently given at the 2017 AHR Expo in Las Vegas have been hailed a ‘huge success’ with a record-breaking level of attendees – in excess of 450 delegates – across all presentations.

BSRIA experts delivered the presentations on Monday 30th and Tuesday 31st January as part of the AHR educational training programme.

The AHR organisers also reported record breaking attendance at the show with a total footfall of almost 70,000.

BSRIA’s Worldwide Market Intelligence business manager, Krystyna Dawson (pictured), said: “We were simply delighted with the number of people attending all of the presentations across both days and we appreciated working with AHR as a supporting partner of the show.”

She added: “It was a pleasure to liaise with the AHR team to make both the show and our presentations a success. We are already working towards the 2018 show!”

The presentations covered the latest findings from the research carried out by BSRIA’s WMI team of experts in the smart connected, HVAC and building automation area and provided the audience with a North American and global perspective of the markets. The team also presented latest trends in AC, heating and renewable markets taking into consideration the impact of the recent political and legislative changes.

In response to demand BSRIA will be holding a webinar covering all presentations given in March with a date to be confirmed.

 

 

27 February 2017

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