Everglade Windows hosts 15th customer conference

Everglade Windows marked its 15th trade customer conference, Evolve 23, at its London HQ recently, launching eight new products to its portfolio.

Around 100 delegates attended the conference, which included five new additions to the aïr range, as well as a selection of other new products.

“Our annual trade customer conference is always the highlight of the year for us at Everglade Windows, and Evolve 23 was one of the most successful yet,” says Jay Patel, director at Everglade Windows.

“We wanted to use the day to help our customers Evolve their businesses, with eight new products and plenty of business advice to help them make the most out of current and future markets. We designed the products after extensive research, in order to ensure that customers are able to build strong, future-proof businesses, by being able to meet consumer demand for style, energy efficiency and security, as well as prepare for upcoming changes to Building Regulations.”

The day also saw several of Everglade Windows’ supplier partners showcasing their products and services in the ‘Expert Marketplace’, including Business Pilot, Comp Door, as well as the debut of the Smart Lounge, where Kubu and VBH teamed up to showcase the latest innovations in smart technology.

The eight new products which were revealed at the Conference were the aïr 400SS inline sliding door, aïr 700LS lift & slide door, aïr 180XLS lift & slide door, aïr 900 bi-fold door, AluSpace steel-look internal screens and doors, aluminium Signature door, Comp Door and Kubu smart windows and doors.

After the initial launch, attendees also enjoyed a presentation from technical director, Bhavik Dabasia, who talked through the details of the new products, and delegates were then able to see them first-hand during the aïrzone showroom tours.

The usual Everglade Windows hospitality was also enjoyed by attendees, as well as plenty of competitions and prizes throughout the day, including a raffle, which raised £5,600 for local charity St Luke’s Hospice.