Illuminating Industry Insights: The GlassBuild Main Stage
Step into the heart of industry excellence at GlassBuild America as the Main Stage returns, poised to set the tone for three dynamic days of enlightenment and connection. Positioned adjacent to the Industry Pavilion at Booth #1303, this vibrant hub beckons attendees to embark on a journey that promises to shape the future of the glass and fenestration domains.
The Main Stage serves as a knowledge powerhouse, elevating the understanding of attendees with a curated lineup of enlightening sessions. With a focus on pivotal topics, this program aims to foster a close-knit community within the glass and fenestration sectors, igniting conversations that matter.
Renowned economist Connor Lokar from ITR Economics delivers a riveting session that delves into the economic landscape, offering invaluable insights into the future trajectory for glass companies. The session is open to all attendees, with priority seating for Glazing Executives Forum registrants.
Thought-provoking DEIB panel discussions address Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging, while the Women in Glass and Fenestration meetup fosters connections and celebrates progress.
Explore the pinnacle of product excellence and technological advancements in glass and fenestration. Our exploration of top trends promises to keep attendees at the forefront of innovation.
Witness the unveiling of excellence as the Glass Magazine Awards take center stage. Join the prestigious event that honors outstanding achievements.
Every Main Stage session welcomes all GlassBuild America attendees, offering a collective platform to learn, share, and grow. Presented by the National Glass Association and proudly sponsored by NGA’s MyGlassClass.com, Glass Magazine, and Window + Door magazine, our programming encapsulates the essence of progress and collaboration.
The Main Stage is adjacent to the Industry Pavilion, situated at Booth #1303. Make history together at the GlassBuild Main Stage—where ideas thrive and industry bonds are forged.
Source: www.glassbuildamerica.com with additional information added by Apazone