14 September 2010

Countdown to HEVAR

THERE is just a week left to register for London HEVAR, the essential event for buyers and specifiers in the UK's heating, ventilating, air conditioning and refrigeration industry.
Countdown to HEVAR
Only registered visitors receive fast-track entry, a free lunch, the chance to win a ride on a helicopter - and every 10th entrant will receive a free bottle of wine.

Being held at the Royal Horticultural Halls in London on September 22 and 23, HEVAR is the main event this year to keep up with the latest hvac equipment, meet the top suppliers from across the industry under one roof and chat to experts from leading associations and professional bodies.

An innovation this year is the HEVAR roundtables, where registered visitors can book an appointment to discuss topics of concern with the industry expert of their choice.

Each roundtable is a maximum of nine participants and will last approximately 30 minutes including at least 15 minutes dedicated for questions. 

This is in addition to the usual programme of seminars throughout the two-day event.

For more information visit the HEVAR website

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