3 Reasons to Exhibit at IBS 2022

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Pros in the industry notably regard the NAHB International Builders’ Show® (IBS) as the trade show to secure exhibit space.

Why? Brands recognize the exclusive value of establishing unique and direct connections with thousands of dealers and distributors in real-time on the show floor.

In just three days, IBS can elevate and strengthen  your business.

Here are the top three reasons why exhibiting at IBS 2022 is a no brainer:

Qualified Sales Opportunity
Sizzling leads with dynamic spending power. More than half of all IBS attendees have the authority to make purchasing decisions from every segment of the industry. Highly classified dealers, distributors, builders, remodelers, multifamily developers, C-level industry leaders, designers, architects and more show up with the intent to buy!

Media Coverage
Past shows featured major media outlets excited to highlight products, innovation, and services exhibited on the show floor.

If you are planning to launch a new product or find a bigger, more extensive market for an existing one, there’s no better place to enhance your exposure. From Professional Builder, HGTV, NBC, to The Washington Post, USA Today, Forbes, Consumer Reports and more –  over 400 media outlets attend IBS each year.

Lumber
That’s right. When you exhibit at IBS, which is produced by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), you’re supporting the leading advocacy group representing the industry.

And as voice of residential construction on Capitol Hill, NAHB works tirelessly to develop short-, mid- and long-term strategies that will address lumber price and supply issues.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the association was instrumental in deeming residential construction as essential, which kept businesses working throughout 2020.NAHB’s industry efforts also include:

  • Economics—NAHB produces exclusive economic resources that provide valuable insights into the issues and trends driving the housing industry.
  • Expertise—NAHB provides valuable industry education at IBS and throughout the year.
  • Litigation—NAHB supports legal efforts to secure favorable housing construction conditions.

Apply now to get the ball rolling and exhibit at IBS 2022 in Orlando, February 8-10.

 

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