CIOB signs up as a Built Environment Networking partner
The CIOB (Chartered Institute of Building) has signed up to join BEN (Built Environment Networking), to support members with further opportunities to network and attend events to gain more insight into the future of the built environment.
The BEN runs more than 100 events across the UK each year. These, along with the events and CPD organised by the CIOB, will provide the most comprehensive suite of opportunities to connect people from the construction sector with business leaders and decision makers from the country’s biggest companies, with event speakers sharing future development plans, insight from local authorities and land owners and more.
Built Environment Networking will provide a 15% discount to all CIOB members attending their conferences. The partnership is being kicked off with an enhanced offer of a 30% discount* for next month’s Building Britain’s Energy Future Conference in London, which will examine the energy industry and the movement towards more sustainable solutions in the way our industry works.
Caroline Gumble, Chief Executive of the CIOB, said: "We are very pleased to have entered into this partnership with the BEN as it supports and supplements the work we are already doing via our Hub network to bring industry professionals together to share what they know and promote best practice. I’m very much looking forward to working with Built Environment Networking to expand our events portfolio and deliver more opportunities for industry insight to our CIOB member community.”
*Please use discount code CIOB30% on the BEN website.
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