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BALI’s new enquiry pack set to launch at Ecobuild

The British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI) is returning to Ecobuild this March, where it will take up position within the Green Infrastructure and Biodiversity sector.

Established in 1972 with a combined membership of over 850 paying members, BALI will be looking to sign up new architects, consultants and contracting members, with over 33,000 attendees expected over the three-day show starting on Tuesday 7 March.

BALI’s stand F193 will feature a selection of BALI registered member products and displays, designed to promote sustainability and green infrastructure excellence.

BALI’s marketing and communications manager, Darren Taylor, said: “Ecobuild is an important event in the industry calendar, particularly for BALI as it provides an ideal platform to promote our members to a targeted audience made up of high profile specifiers and decision makers from local authority, architects and contracting firms around the London area and the rest of the UK.”

He continued: “We will be launching our new sales enquiry packs at the show, so look out for those if you plan to stop by the stand.”

BALI’s new sales enquiry pack for 2017 is sponsored by BALI Registered Affiliate Tarmac Topsport, who will be launching their new brand Topscape. Topscape is the specialist landscaping materials division of Tarmac and supplies a range of topsoil, subsoil, rootzone, fibre reinforced Loksand, drainage gravels and pathway materials for constructing and maintaining landscaping and leisure projects.

About Michael Northcott

Michael is the editor of Landscape Insight magazine. He draws from experience at a wide range of B2B magazines, including Management Today, Legal Business, Retail Week, Hotel Owner and Jewellery Focus. Feel free to drop him a line with any stories or feature ideas.

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