New elemental exhibition will launch in 2020
elemental is a new international exhibition that will launch at ExCeL London, 11-12 November 2020 – focusing entirely on heat, water, air and energy.
elemental will be the go-to platform to showcase products and technologies – both current and in development – that provide heat, manage water, control air flow and energise our buildings.
The new exhibition will feature over 150 leading manufacturers, and attract more than 3,000 key decision makers, including:
- Mechanical and Electrical Engineers
- Facilities Managers
- Designers and Specifiers
- Building Managers
- Property owners
- Government officials and more.
One of the significant features of the event will be the extensive content and CPD programme, starring over 150 speakers across four theatres – FUTURE Thinking, PRACTICAL Thinking, DESIGN Thinking and SMART Thinking.
The discussions and debates will examine the crucial role that heat, water, air and energy play, individually and collectively, within the infrastructure of our buildings, and the impact they have on the people who inhabit them – now and in the future.
elemental is produced by Professional Trade Events Ltd, which features a wealth of industry experience.
Eoin McManus, owner of the UK’s leading heating and plumbing media brand, and Michael Costain, who has worked across the events sector for many years, and was Sales Director for Ecobuild, lead the elemental team.
Eoin McManus said:
“There is no other exhibition like this in the UK. We are providing a valuable meeting place for decision makers working within heat, air, water and energy.
“If you make decisions about heat, water, air and energy, or you are a business developing and manufacturing these technologies, elemental is for you.”
Michael Costain added: “Manufacturers from around the world will recognise the value of being part of this show. elemental is a global showcase as well as a force for change.
“elemental is not a construction or building exhibition, it’s totally focused on heat, water, air and energy.
“While existing building exhibitions might feature heat, water, air and energy, elemental makes them the stars of the show.”
For more information on how to visit, exhibit, or get involved with the content programme, please visit: www.elementalexpo.com.