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Reconnect with IWF Connect


The International Woodworking Fair will host IWF Connect, a virtual industry trade show, Oct. 26-30. The online event will afford registered attendees the opportunity to explore new products and trends and interact with exhibitors at their convenience.

The event is a replacement for IWF 2020 in Atlanta, cancelled by the pandemic.

Brian Donahue, chairman of IWF’s management committee, says the virtual show model gives exhibitors and attendees a new option and different way to do business under current circumstances, and that it can benefit those who were unable to make the show in previous years due to logistical challenges.

“This all-new virtual event is exactly what the industry needs to get reconnected. Not only is it going to be an event for all the ‘regulars’ that attend IWF Atlanta to gather online, but also a place for those that have not been able to attend either due to timing, length of travel, or budgets,” says Donahue.

“IWF Connect’s easy-to-use platform, for both exhibitors and attendees, will allow all attendees to navigate vendors’ booths, products, demonstrations, and educational sessions from the comfort of their own home or office. IWF Connect is bringing all the top companies in the industry together for five days and allowing so many more people within each of our companies to experience an IWF event due to it being online and free to all attendees.”

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