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Last chance for early-bird rate for Global DIY Summit

Published: 15 March 2019 - Fiona Garcia
 

This is the last week to take advantage of the discounted rate, so register today and receive up to 300Euros off the price of attending the global networking event set to take place in Dublin June 5-7.

Representatives from across the world will come together in Dublin to discuss the very latest concepts and innovations in the home improvement industry at the 7th Global DIY Summit. As with every year, all continents will be represented with top managers from the most innovative and profitable companies worldwide.

The theme of this year’s event is ‘DIY Evolution – Designing the Future Together’, with a line-up of speakers from influential global retail operations, such as Ace Hardware, OBI, Alibaba Group, and Brico Alliance. Urging the industry to work together, organisers said: “Disruptive technologies and new business models are creating change and transforming the economy at an unprecedented and unpredictable pace that may outpace our ability to adapt to it unless we collaborate.”

The full programme of talks, store tours, and workshops can be viewed at https://diysummit.org/event/programme-2019/.

Organisers says ticket prices will go up tonight, so register today for your last chance to save with the early bird rate and attend this leading global event.

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