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Tuesday, July 19, 2022 | 11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. (Eastern)
If you missed the market study presentation at the FGIA Virtual Summer Conference, join us for a rebroadcast of the session, plus an additional opportunity to participate in live Q&A with Nick Limb of Ducker (the company that conducts research on FGIA’s behalf).
Released at the end of April, the latest FGIA industry market study will be discussed by Limb. The presentation will feature highlights of current trends and future changes in the fenestration market, as well as scenarios that impact the industry, including the current volatility with supply chain issues, the war in Ukraine, inflation and interest rate increases. The session will also cover how the study is prepared and how prior forecasts compared with actual market results. This members-only webinar will conclude with a question-and-answer session with Limb.
Submit your questions ahead of time during the webinar registration process, or ask them live during the Q&A segment. For specific market study-related inquiries, contact Angela Dickson, FGIA Marketing and Communications Director, at adickson@FGIAonline.org.
Presenter: Nick Limb, Managing Principal - Ducker
Nick Limb is a Managing Principal at Ducker. He has worked with dozens of manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, associations, and publishers associated with flat glass and fenestration products to build an understanding of markets and to assist in strategic market decision making.
Nick leads Ducker’s fenestration industry research practice, with a focus on flat glass, fabricated glass products and components, commercial glazing, windows, doors, skylights, new technologies and energy efficient products. His expertise encompasses market forecasting and demand modeling, channel strategy, acquisition analysis, brand positioning and competitive benchmarking as well as new product development and innovation feasibility. Nick holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and Master of Arts degree in Economics from Cambridge University, England.