11/21/2003

BuildingsXchange: Building Relationships

An Event That Is Changing How Products Are Bought and Sold

 

In late September, "buyer" and "seller" attendees to the first-ever BuildingsXchange met at The Lodges at Deer Valley, Park City, UT, to build relationships for the planning and purchase of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and energy-related systems.

Go To BuildingsXchange website.

In late September in Park City, UT, approximately 20 key facilities decision-makers met with suppliers of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and energy solutions in a revolutionary, efficient strategic sales event that facilitated the creation and enhancement of relationships.

 

BuildingsXchange, a live event series hosted by Buildings magazine, has been developed to satisfy the unique evaluation/purchasing initiatives of a select group of commercial facility executives who represent the nation’s largest developers, owners, and managers of commercial and institutional real estate. This fall, the attending executives at BuildingsXchange: Energy & Engineered Systems had responsibility for 1 billion square feet of commercial space and nearly $1 billion in budgeted 2004 initiatives. In private, one-on-one meetings between buyer and seller, the supplier selection process was accelerated through uninterrupted meetings with pre-determined agendas in a single location and a concise time frame. Decision-makers attended BuildingsXchange for the opportunity to interface directly with senior executives at companies offering a range of technological and strategic solutions to help them optimize development and modernization projects within their portfolio.

Planning is under way for BuildingsXchange: Energy & Engineered Systems 2004, which will be held September 12-15, 2004, at The Lodges at Deer Valley, Park City, UT. For more information, including a video of the 2003 event, with buyer and seller testimonials, visit (www.buildingsxchange.com) or (www.buildings.com/liveevents). More information may also be obtained by contacting Jon Lowell, BuildingsXchange Director, at (952) 277-0800 or (jlowell@buildingsxchange.com), and Linda Monroe, Buildings Editorial Director, at (319) 364-6167 or (linda.monroe@buildings.com).

 

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