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Registration begins for World of Wood

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Registration is open for the 2022 World of Wood Convention, hosted by the International Wood Products Association and scheduled for Apr. 6-8 in Orlando, Fla.

The convention offers attendees the opportunity to learn from and interact with speakers and panelists with expertise in market intelligence, regulatory compliance, and corporate leadership.

“World of Wood is the must-attend network gathering for the international wood products industry and we are thrilled to return to meeting in person this year,” Michael Schultz, president of the IWPA, said in a statement. “This is an invaluable opportunity to meet with potential customers and suppliers and learn about industry developments that will impact my business in the coming months and years.”

To register, visit iwpawood.org.

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