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We're attending CIH South West 2022

Taking place over two days, the popular CIH South West Conference will return to the Grand Hotel in Bristol. The event has sold out for the past three years, so make sure you join as a member today to secure your place at the 2022 conference.

Featuring our central exhibition hall, you’ll have an opportunity to join in the conversation, share your experience and best practice, meet face-to-face with those supplying and providing solutions for the housing industry, and collaborate with your fellow housing professionals.

 

Why attend?

  • Gain valuable knowledge from thought leaders and inspirational speakers
  • Attending this event will allow you to grow, learn and jump your career to new heights
  • Make valuable connections with fellow professionals and get the chance to network
  • Feel inspired by our talented speakers and boost your creativity
  • Find solutions to problems COVID-19 has caused and get the opportunity to ask speakers questions about your experiences

Where can you find Ventro? We will be exhibiting at CIH South West 2022 and you can find us at STAND 20

Book Your Place Now

 

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