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Next IBS will be an in-person event

The next IBS will feature crowds and hands-on demos.

The next IBS will feature crowds and hands-on demos.

The National Association of Home Builders announced it will host the 2022 International Builders’ Show at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. from Feb. 8-10.

“We look forward to welcoming our attendees back to Orlando for the housing industry’s premier event,” said Chuck Fowke, chairman of the NAHB. “This show offers all the top products, connections and education opportunities in one place. IBS 2022 gives attendees a front seat to the latest trends, business solutions and industry connections and is an event that you won’t want to miss.”

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The show will coincide with the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show. The two shows will host over 1,000 exhibiting brands and cover 800,000 sq. ft., according to the NAHB.

Attendees with an all-access pass will be invited to over 110 education sessions. Pre-show education workshops will also be offered.

The 2022 IBS show will feature the New Product Zone, a special showcase of the latest products and cutting-edge market solutions. Other zones will focus on home technology, high-performance building products, and jobsite safety.

The IBS is open to building industry professionals and their affiliates. For more, visit buildersshow.com

This article was originally published in the November 2021 issue.

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