Registration Open for Virtual International Builders’ Show
If you are a fan of the International Builders' Show, you're going to want to check out IBSx.
Courtesy of the International Builders' Show
For the last 76 years the annual International Builders’ Show has served as a showcase for new product releases and innovations within the building industry, as well as a chance for builders to connect with fellow industry members. But due to COVID-19’s impact on travel and in-person gatherings, this year’s IBS is shaping up differently.
Registration is open for IBSx, a “virtual experience” designed to replace the in-person show. Registration is free for members of the National Association of Home Builders, while non-members pay a $50 registration fee.
The show itself will be held online from Feb. 9-12, 2021 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Registrants will receive an email in late January with login information to access the event and interact with exhibitors and other attendees.
Here’s a quick rundown of everything that’s going down at IBSx:
- Opening ceremonies with keynote speaker Mike Rowe;
- Product demos and exhibitor showcases;
- Virtual tours of The New American Home® and The New American Remodel®;
- Networking activities;
- Live one-on-one meetings with industry suppliers and service providers.
The IBS is also offering an “all-access pass” to more than 70 education sessions featuring speakers from throughout the building industry. The all-access pass costs $249 for NAHB members and $349 for non-members, with “early-bird” discounts available for those who register before Jan. 9.
For the full list of exhibitors appearing at the 2021 International Builders’ Show, go here.