The Glass Expo Northeast (GENE) show floor will include AGNORA as an exhibitor for the 2017 program. The two-day architectural glass event will take place at the Hilton Long Island/Huntington Hotel in Huntington, N.Y., March 30-31, 2017. AGNORA Project Managers James Cole, and Jon Lawrence will be in attendance.
AGNORA’s Kevin Nash will take part in the panel: Building Profit in New Product Categories
Friday, March 31, 2017 9am-10am
This discussion will focus on a wide range of new glass categories on the market and how these technological developments will affect your business. Learn how to profit from the products you will sell in the future, including:
- Big/jumbo sizes;
- Vacuum insulating glass;
- High-performance coatings; and
- Double skin façades.
AGNORA is looking forward to presenting alongside Laura Hall of Pilkington North America; Steve Cohen of Vitro Architectural Glass (formerly PPG Glass) and Jeffrey Ng of Intertek Building & Construction.
About Kevin Nash & AGNORA:
Kevin Nash brings over 30 years of experience to the client services industry including 25 years as an Account Manager for two of Canada’s top printing houses where he managed and executed successful campaigns for major North American retailers and brands. That breadth of knowledge and expertise has made him a natural fit for the AGNORA team, a company that prides themselves on extraordinary customer service in the field of production.
He has worked on such notable projects as the Onassis Cultural Centre all-glass staircase and H&M’s 5th Avenue flagship store. Over the past year, Kevin has taken on the role of Business Development Manager where new clients get the pleasure of experiencing his attentiveness, strong attention to detail and of course, his affable personality.
AGNORA is a customer service company that fabricates the largest architectural glass in North America. An industry-disrupting, team-based customer service culture coupled with innovations in the production process, have allowed AGNORA to push the boundaries of what is possible with architectural glass to meet the design objectives brought to them by their customers. The 280,000-square foot production facility functions as a custom fabrication shop, supplying glass to a variety of cultural, residential, commercial, and retail projects including over 100 Apple Stores in North America. Check out our work here.
ABOUT the Glass Expo Northeast CONFERENCE:
Glass Expo Northeast™ ’17 is the region’s largest glass-related conference and trade show dedicated to the architectural glass and metal industry. The event is co-sponsored by the Long Island Glass Association, USGlass magazine, Architects’ Guide to Glass & Metal and USGNN.com™. To learn more about GENE ’17, visit www.usglassmag.com/gene