Biggest ever InstallerSHOW delivers record attendance figures 

InstallerSHOW continues to break records as an unprecedented number of professionals from the installer and specifier communities flocked to the NEC from June 27-29 to engage with more than 450 exhibitors and take part in an unrivalled live content programme focused on the future of heat, water, air and energy. 

InstallerSHOW has outdone itself once again, smashing attendance records and leaving its mark as the biggest-ever event of its kind. Professionals from the installer and specifier communities swarmed the NEC last month as they engaged with over 450 exhibitors and delved into an unparalleled live content program focused on the future of heat, water, air, and energy.

Over the event’s three days, visitors took in more than two dozen product launches and could see first-hand the innovations that will drive the UK’s journey to net zero. 

Mike Costain, managing director of Lyrical Communications, said: “The appetite for InstallerSHOW from both exhibitors and visitors has allowed us to grow the event fourfold over the past two years, and we’d like to say a big thank you to them all for their commitment and enthusiasm.  

Huge plans for next year 

“We won’t be resting on our laurels, and we have huge plans for next year’s event as we continue to support the industry in delivering the solutions needed to secure a stable future.”  

Among the features already announced for 2024 is the launch of Installer Kitchens & Bathrooms – which will take place alongside InstallerSHOW. It will incorporate immersive, dedicated content for the kitchens and bathrooms industry – with the backing of organisations including the BMA, BiKBBI, NKBA, AMDEA UK and Unified Water Label. 

There will also be an increased focus on electrification and the synergy between technologies such as heat pumps, solar PV, energy storage and EV charging solutions. 

InstallerSHOW 2024 will occur across Halls 4 and 5 at the NEC, Birmingham, from 25-27 June, bringing together 20,000 visitors, 600 exhibitors and 200 speakers.