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Early bird offer for the Global DIY Summit in Dublin is coming to an end

This year's Global DIY Summit will take place in Dublin.

This year's Global DIY Summit will take place in Dublin.

The early bird offer for the 7th Global DIY Summit in Dublin ends this week. The organisers are offering an early booking discount of EUR 300 until this Friday, 15 March 2019.

Participants from 50 countries around the world are expected at the congress in the Irish capital of Dublin from 5 - 7 June 2019. In terms of trade, practically all major companies from all continents will be represented. Event organisers are again the two European retail and manufacturer associations Edra/Ghin and Fediyma. At the summit in Barcelona last year, the 1 000 mark in participants was reached.

The Build Forum, which is aimed at traders and manufacturers in the building materials industry, will be taking place beforehand for the first time this year on 4 and 5 June. It is organised by the company platform Edin, which has 31 members and is itself a member of Edra.

|13 March 2019


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