Posts Tagged ‘ WinDoor ’

#DWMstagram: See What the Industry is Posting Online

Dec 4th, 2017

What’s trending in doors and windows? Here are some of the top posts on Instagram from the past week. Don’t forget to follow DWM on Instagram for live updates from trade shows, fun snaps from around the office and other pictures. Special WinDoor Edition DWM took part in WinDoor 2017 in Mississauga, Ontario, last week, […]

WinDoor Wraps Up on a High Note

Dec 1st, 2017

Canada’s WinDoor trade show wrapped up its three-day run at the International Centre in Mississauga, Ontario on Thursday with a big turnout and attendees expressing a renewed sense of enthusiasm for the event. “The show went very well,” said Martin Boulanger, the marketing director with Energi, which won a special award on Thursday for bringing […]

WinDoor Celebrates Past, Future

Nov 30th, 2017

The WinDoor show in Ontario shifted into celebration mode on Wednesday as Fenestration Canada threw a party for 500-plus friends to honor the association’s 50th anniversary. Billed as the Main Event, the soiree was tagged as a celebration of Canadian fenestration’s past, present and future. The WinDoor Best Booth awards were presented by DWM, and […]

WinDoor Day 1: Back to Toronto

Nov 29th, 2017

The WinDoor trade show opened on Wednesday at a new location in Toronto and with a renewed sense of enthusiasm. DWM was there for all the action. Youtube Link

Guest Blog: WinDoor 2017 is An Opportunity to Embrace Our History

Nov 22nd, 2017

By Allan Doyle The final arrangements have been made and I am ready for WinDoor 2017 next week in Toronto. I ended up getting one of the last rooms at the Hilton. (More good luck than good management.) As a regular attendee from the East Coast, WinDoor is always an important date on my calendar. […]

Guest Blog: Get Ready for Another New Look for WinDoor – in Toronto

Nov 21st, 2017

By Don Henrich I have been attending the WinDoor show since its inception and have seen many changes over the years. Some of those changes made the show much more exciting, while others didn’t fare as well. However, moving the WinDoor show back to Toronto in 2017 to a different venue has changed the game. […]

Guest Blog: Don’t Miss WinDoor 2017’s Wednesday Night Main Event

Nov 17th, 2017

By Vince Porcelli What do you get when you put more than 400 of the fenestration industry’s finest in a great venue, add some awesome food, entertainment and  recognition of past excellence, sprinkle in some hip music and some wobbly drinks? Why, you get WinDoor 2017’s Wednesday Night Main Event, of course! Windoor is back […]

WinDoor 2017 is On Pace For a Big Turnout

Nov 13th, 2017

Fenestration Canada has a big event planned for its 50th anniversary — the WinDoor trade show, scheduled for November 28-30 at the International Centre in Mississauga, Ontario. And the association says the event could have its best turnout in years. As of last week, 932 people had signed up to attend. With exactly two weeks […]

Guest Blog: WinDoor Offers Career Highlights – and a Few Horrors

Nov 13th, 2017

By Maria Jasminez WinDoor really is the industry event. This is the time and place to network, to hunt down that coveted prospect and put a face to an endless trail of emails and unreturned phone calls. In this technology age, we are all guilty of connecting at our convenience. At WinDoor, you can break […]

Guest Blog: My Love/Hate Relationship with WinDoor

Nov 9th, 2017

By Laura Weil Oh WinDoor, you’ve introduced me to some of my most beloved people. You’ve also given me heartburn and pimples. My first WinDoor experiences were in the North Building at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, close to 20 years ago. It was exciting. The supplier representatives I came to know were seemingly in […]

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