Educational programming for the 2021 NAHB International Builders’ Show® (IBS) is already in the works. With this ever-changing climate, industry-specific education is more essential than ever, and the IBS planning committee is focused on providing sessions that are sure to address your biggest concerns as you continue to navigate your business post-pandemic.
Here’s what to expect from the IBS 2021 Building Knowledge Sessions.
The Foundation of IBS Education
Building Knowledge sessions are the foundation of IBS education, and these 60-minute sessions cover nine popular tracks:
- Architecture & Design
- Building Techniques & Strategies
- Business Management
- Land Development & Community Design
- Project Management
- Research & Trends
- Sales & Marketing
- Custom Building & Remodeling
- Multifamily Housing
New, Pertinent Content
While IBS education always strives to bring attendees new insights and information, right now everything’s new! Builders must adjust their businesses, especially when it comes to selling. Digital was already big, but this climate is accelerating that adoption. There will be new trends in buyer preferences and design as it relates to home workspaces, home entertainment, health and wellness. These are just a few of the changes in the market that are sure to be discussed at IBS 2021, which is why it is more important than ever to take advantage of the educational offerings at the Builders’ Show.
Extraordinary Speaker Line Up
You are sure to find the best education the building industry has to offer on the most relevant topics. The number of RFPs submitted for IBS 2021 was astounding—with lots of new and veteran voices proposing exceptional ideas for consideration. Everyone is eager to share what they are learning and how they are managing through this crisis. We hope to see you there.
The 2021 Builders’ Show will take place on February 9-11, 2021. You can take advantage of the fantastic IBS education by purchasing a Full-Registration or a 1-Day Education with Expo Pass (you must select which day when you register). Registration opens on September 1.