Dinner and Debate at The Glass Supper 2013

The team from Ritec International took time out and attended the Glass Supper last week. Ritec were headline sponsors of this prestigious event organised by Intelligent Publications, publishers of Intelligent Glass Solutions Magazine. The annual event sees visionary individuals gather for an afternoon of topical discussion and debate on the way the façade industry intends to move collectively forward.

The event was held at the London Hilton Hotel in Canary Wharf and welcomed a truly diverse and international crowd of world renowned architects and glass companies who all enjoyed a lively debate and fantastic dinner afterwards

The event was opened by RIBA President Stephen Hodder and included speakers Dr Mikkel Kragh, who spoke on the value of design and Bjorn Sanden, who discussed global megatrends impacting the market. The resulting debates created inspiring discussions and a clarity of purpose for the advancement of glass in architecture.

The team with the amazing ice sculpture of St Paul's Cathedral

Ritec took their place alongside other industry leaders in supporting this intimate event and took the opportunity to network with like-minded individuals and companies who all follow the same ethos to provide the best performance throughout the value chain.

Ritec looks forward to the next year’s event which will be held on Thursday December 4th at Merchant Taylor’s Hall in Threadneedle Street in London. Perhaps we will see some of you innovators there?

One thought on “Dinner and Debate at The Glass Supper 2013

  1. Great to see Brian has joined the team

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