Strong Attendance at 2020 Builders' Show Reflects Industry Optimism
Nearly 65,000 home building professionals from around the world filled the exhibit halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center as the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) hosted one of the largest turnouts in recent years at the NAHB International Builders' Show (IBS) Jan. 21-23.
IBS and the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) once again combined for the annual Design & Construction Week (DCW), which drew a total of approximately 90,000 attendees.
"The strong attendance at this year's show reflects the positive outlook for the home building industry and the enthusiasm that our attendees have for the future," said Geoff Cassidy, NAHB senior vice president of exhibitions and meetings. "Attendees continue to seek the innovative products, education sessions and networking opportunities that only IBS can provide."
Exhibit space for IBS totaled approximately 600,000-sq.-ft., where more than 1,400 exhibitors displayed the latest in building products and technology.
Next year, IBS and Design & Construction Week will be in Orlando Feb. 9-11, 2021.
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