Building Leaders Brief Industry

The Building Products Industry Council (BPIC) and Lendlease present a one-day intensive event: “Building Leaders Brief Industry”. It will focus on building product supply chain changes occurring as a response to the professional indemnity insurance crisis hitting design professionals, flow-on regulatory changes in the wake of recent building failures, and the implementation of the Shergold and Weir report.

The building products industry needs to re-evaluate its approach to sales, marketing, product testing, certification, and regulatory compliance processes. Insurance and regulatory pressures are forcing specifiers to require more robust compliance and general product data, in new formats and timeframes, from product suppliers.

Speakers will provide critical information about what is happening and how to leverage the changes for increased sales and market share.

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Register: Registration includes morning and afternoon refreshments, lunch, and networking opportunities

To be held on 19 February, 2020. 8:30am - 3:00pm (AEDT) in Lendlease’s offices, Barangaroo.

Cost: $581.34 incl GST and booking fees

Note: An additional transaction fee may be charged depending on Credit Card type
Discounted tickets available for Non-Profit Organisations and large group bookings of 10+ attendees.

Event details
Wednesday, 19 Feb 2020 Past event
Lendlease offices, Level 14, Tower Three, International Towers Sydney,
300 Barangaroo Avenue,  Sydney,  NSW  2000
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