Pro Installer December 2019 - Issue 81 - Page 26

26 | DECEMBER 2019 Installer Support Read online at GGF BREXIT READINESS CAMPAIGN UNDERWAY Following a recent £50,000 grant from Government to help companies through Brexit, the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) Brexit Readiness Cam- paign is now well underway with; the launch of the new GGF Brexit Hub, production of a new guidance brochure and imple- mentation of digital marketing that includes social media and search engine marketing. Steve Rice, GGF Managing Director commented, “Though Brexit may happen in the next few months, the implications of the withdrawal from the EU and further changes, are likely to continue for a far longer period. The GGF is doing its utmost to help our industry through this significant period of change in the trading environment. Our technical experts are involved in regular discussions with stand- ards committees and Govern- ment departments to ensure companies are given the best possible advice. We advise all companies, to use our new Brex- it Hub which will be updated as changes happen, as and when the UK leaves the European Union.” The Brexit Hub consists of key information, expert opinions, potential scenarios and the latest news on the issues affecting the industry, as and when the UK exits the European Union. It is entirely free to visit for both GGF Members and Non-members alike, with no log-ins required. Brexit Awareness Brochure The GGF has produced a 16 page Brexit information and guidance brochure this is being distributed to thousands of com- panies in the industry. Continuing to Inform the Industry As the GGF receives relevant information from its experts in technical meetings and standards organisations as well as from gov- ernment departments, the Feder- ation will cascade information in the following ways: • Breaking news via the GGF “Members First” newsletter • Via content updates upload- ed onto the GGF Brexit Hub and GGF news pages • Information and discussions at GGF Regional meetings (over 30 per year across the UK) and at Specialist Techni- cal Group meetings (approxi- mately 60 per year) • Via social media and links back to the new content on the GGF Brexit Hub • Via the trade media with regular press releases on any changes STELLAR COMMERCIAL BROCHURE AVAILABLE NOW • GGF regional or technical meetings are open to all GGF Members to attend free and non-Members can attend at the discretion of the Chair- person of the respective group. • Use the GGF technical hot- line and consultancy servic- es • The GGF technical library of over 90 publications is fully accessible with free down- loads for all GGF Members. Non-members can obtain this information via the GGF shop http://shop.ggfmem- residential, heritage or cut- ting edge, it’s the low-rise aluminium window and door solution that excels in almost any environment. And Stellar’s versatility is only the start. The alumin- ium window and door sys- tem is packed with benefits that add value to commer- cial fabricators’ businesses. Early adopters of Stellar are already reporting on its impressive credentials. It means that commercial fabricators looking to gain competitive advantage should request a copy of the Stellar commercial brochure and take the first step to becoming a Stellar fabricator today. New Planitherm Network video promotes scheme’s success Four fabricators and installers share their views about how being a member of the Planitherm Network has helped their business and their customers, in a newly launched video from Saint-Gobain Glass. The Planitherm Network is designed to help fabri- Epwin Window Sys- tems has just released a new 36-page brochure on Stellar, its brand new alu- minium window and door system, for the commercial sector. Mark Austin, Sales Direc- tor (Aluminium) at Epwin Window Systems, said: “This brochure showcases the Stellar difference and equips commercial fabrica- tors and installers with the technical details they need. It will also prove invaluable for architects and specifiers looking for more informa- tion on the system.” As the brochure explains, Stellar is suitable for house- builders, for hospitals, care homes, schools and colleg- es. Construction or refur- bishment, commercial or Stay ahead with the GGF cators and installers to win more work and increase their profits by upselling to homeowners based on the comfort benefits of different types of Saint- Gobain glass; enhanced security, reduced overheat- ing, noise reduction and furniture fade protection, as well as energy efficien- cy. Saint-Gobain Glass has developed numerous resources for Network members to use to educate and inform homeowners about the difference the right type of glass can make to their homes. A key benefit of the Planitherm Network is the wealth of information on the website and access to sales and marketing tools to help fabricators and installers to start having different conversations with their customers and choose the right glass to meet their changing needs. To view the video, find more information or to become a Planitherm Network Member, visit http://www.planitherm. com/planitherm-network- home/