It’s not long to go until Jewson Live. The UK’s largest builders’ merchant show which will be jam packed with deals, demos and laughs. Here are five of the best deals from NOVIpro available at the show to fill your van (or your stocking).
As the UK’s largest builders’ merchant show, Jewson Live has some pretty exciting things lined up for visitors. From a free lunch, to some top-notch speaking slots – check out the top ten here:
Fancy yourself the next Freddie Flintoff? Or maybe you’re more Jack Whitehall? See if you’ve got what it takes in A Jewson League of Their Own.
With a little help from sporting legends Dion Dublin and Neil Back, we’re hosting our very own sports quiz at Jewson Live.
With Jewson Live just around the corner we know the excitement is too much to bear. And with 180 exhibitors signed up to the event, who can blame you? You’ll be spoilt for choice on the day so, to whet your appetite, here are a few names to look for:
Last week Phillip Hammond stepped out with a list of numbers and promises in his first Autumn Statement.
But what does it actually all MEAN for tradespeople?
Here are 10 things BOB, Jewson’s monthly newsletter, learned.
At the age of 23, Theo Webster has his own business and the title of ‘Electrician of the Year’ from the recent On the Tools Awards.
We sit down to chat about hard graft, drills and the vital seconds you can save by not drinking tea or coffee.
Ran by volunteers, the Happy Club was set up in 2007 to provide support to families in Glasgow with children affected by a disability and autism. The Happy Club aims to ensure the families affected and the individuals themselves are able to enjoy a happy, healthier and more fulfilling lifestyle, with various sessions available to help do so – from sports and arts activities to sessions providing respite and empathetic support.
Jewson Live, our trade show for construction industry professionals, is back for a second year following its launch in 2015. To get the low down on what’s to come, we caught up with Jewson CEO, Mark Rayfield, who told us what we can expect from this year’s event…
There’s a definite chill in the air which means tradespeople on sites all over the country will be preparing for working through the winter.
Obviously it’s your employer’s responsibility to ensure that your site is safe, well-lit and warm enough for you to work on (and remember, that’s you if you’re self-employed or run a business!). But there are things that you can do to make the winter months easier.