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Last 50 tickets available for the Global DIY Summit 2018

Published: 9 May 2018 - Kiran Grewal

Today is the last day to register for a place at the Global DIY Summit 2018. May 10 is the last day to place a purchase order when you register for the event. After this day it will not be possible to issue any invoice which could be settled by a bank transfer. Only payments with credit card will be accepted for new registrations from 11 May.

The world of Home Improvement is coming together in Barcelona to discuss the very latest concepts and innovations in the DIY industry. This year all continents will be represented, as top managers from the most innovative and profitable companies worldwide will attend the Summit. Over 1000 top managers, including no less than 300 senior executives from over 50 retail companies, have already registered to the event.

Get one of the last 50 tickets left and join this fantastic networking event taking place on 13 - 14 June 2018 in Barcelona.

 



 

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