Construction News Summit
The Construction News Summit will be a virtual event for 2020 and will give you remote access to critical and high-level content on the 23-26 November 2020.
Join us and leading industry figures from public and private sectors clients to main contractors and their supply chain, to discuss how to create a more resilient industry and supply chain in these challenging times.
This year’s event will focus on what impact Covid-19 is having for businesses and the way the construction industry operates, as well as exploring the projects opportunities ahead in the next three years.
In these challenging times it is critical to have the latest insight and guidance from those at the top of the industry and who will drive future projects forward.
As a virtual event you will gain access to all sessions and content, as well as live talks you missed, and you can put your questions to the speakers live. Plus you can utilise the digital networking tools to make new connections with fellow attendees.
Explore the topics and themes that will be covered this year and see what you can take away from the day.
Find out who will be speaking this year and delivering the exciting agenda for this prestigious event.
Sponsors & Partners
Commercial opportunities from branding to speaking slots and bespoke roundtable discussions.
Save on your virtual pass with our
early bird discount ending 16 October
Take a look at the highlights from last year's summit
Countdown to the CN Summit
CN Summit is an exciting learning and networking event which brings together decision makers from across the supply chain to share best practice and explore how they can better design and deliver future projects.
Why you should be involved:
Lead the conversation and network with clients, contractors, consultants, suppliers and manufacturers as the industry looks to become more efficient
Hear from the industry leaders about what they are looking for from those involved in the design process and the role of innovation and technology.
Position your business as a thought leader and meet those managing complex projects.
To discuss partnership opportunities, please contact Francis Barham on 020 3953 2912 or email email@example.com