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HVAC & Refrigeration Live announces 2024 dates

Datateam Business Media has announced that HVACR Live will return in April 2024 at London Excel.

After a five-year gap, Datateam was pleased to be able to bring the HVAC & Refrigeration Live show back to the marketplace in April of this year. After the show we conducted market research across both exhibitors and visitors, and then to the wider marketplace.

It came as no surprise that there was a fairly even split across the board on many of the questions. However, visitors in particular favoured a show every year and the majority of both visitors and the wider marketplace said that, having re-established the show at London ExCel, they preferred this as a venue.

Event manager for HVACR Live Tony Patman said: “Having consulted with the HVACR industry as a whole, it seems clear that the industry wants and deserves to have an annual dedicated platform to represent it, which Datateam Business Media is pleased to be able to facilitate once again. Both visitors and potential visitors have indicated that Excel is their preferred venue, so we are aiming to provide what the industry wants.”

HVAC & Refrigeration Live will run again at ExCel London on 16th & 17th April 2024.

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