Since its launch in 2016, the Korniche roof lantern has enjoyed significant success across the board thanks to its ease of installation, technical innovation and price point. Now, with the imminent launch of the new Korniche bi-folding doors at the end of this month, Made for Trade, the company behind the Korniche brand, has announced a branding transformation, as the company looks to build on the name’s ongoing success.

The GGF Members’ Day 2021 is being held virtually via Zoom on Wednesday 22nd September. The virtual event will consist of nine webinar presentations and panel discussions plus two open forums. Among the 14 speakers, Lord Andrew Stunell, President of the National Home Improvement Council (NHIC), will be outline the changes, challenges and opportunities ahead for construction and Government energy efficiency polices. On the annual event, John Agnew, GGF Group Managing Director commented, “This year’s Members’ Day promises to be a highly informative event and GGF Members’ can expect a few surprises with some exciting announcements on new projects that will undoubtedly benefit our Membership. We are looking forward to another memorable Members’ Day.”

In other news, the escalating supply chain crisis within the industry is set to be covered at length at this year’s Glazing Summit, which has built its reputation on tackling the biggest issues in the industry. The one-day conference, which takes place on Thursday, October 21 at Edgbaston Stadium and Conference Centre, Birmingham, will feature a combination of debates, discussions, and keynotes.

Elsewhere, With National Recycling Week taking place from Monday 20th – 26th September, window installers are being asked to take part in an industry survey that will form the beginning of a major new sustainability campaign from Rehau; Epwin Window Systems has launched an exclusive partnership with innovative telecoms provider ConXhub for users of its integrated digital resource centre, Connect; plus many more stories from across the industry.

Gerald Batt