Attendees, exhibitors fill halls at IBS

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The show featured IBS Live, a theater area on the show floor for presentations and conversations, and new product demonstrations.

The show featured IBS Live, a theater area on the show floor for presentations and conversations, and new product demonstrations.

Nearly 65,000 home building professionals from around the world attended the International Builders’ Show (IBS), presented by the National Association of Home Builders, Jan. 21-23 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

The IBS was held in conjunction with the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show. Both shows drew approximately 90,000 attendees.

“The strong attendance at this year’s show reflects the positive outlook for the home building industry and the enthusiasm that our attendees have for the future,” Geoff Cassidy, NAHB’s senior vice president of exhibitions and meetings, said in a statement. “Attendees continue to seek the innovative products, education sessions and networking opportunities that only IBS can provide.”

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The IBS featured more than 1,400 exhibitors displaying the latest in building products and technology. The three-day show also featured networking events and over 140 educational sessions.

The next IBS is scheduled for Feb. 9-11, 2021 in Orlando, Fla.

For more, visit www.buildersshow.com

This article originally appeared in the March 2020 issue.

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