NAHB - As lumber prices remain sky high, home-building activities continue to suffer across all aspects of the industry — including remodeling projects. Home owners have had an opportunity while sheltering in place to examine their homes and identify key areas in need of repair. But many have been apprehensive to tackle these projects because of the uncertain costs and availability of project materials.
From NAHB: It is with deep regret we announce that the technology issues pertaining to the IBSx exhibitor platform could not be resolved. The situation evolved rapidly and rectifying these challenges proved more complex than anticipated. As a result, the show floor featuring IBSx exhibitor booths will not be moving forward as planned this week, but will be postponed to a later date. We are investigating alternative solutions to allow the exhibit experience and virtual booths to open in the near future.
Due to ongoing technical issues with the KBIS Virtual and IBSx platform, access to all exhibitor booths within the IBSx Expo Hall is inaccessible. NAHB is investigating alternative solutions that may allow the Expo Hall to open in the future.
IBSx show programming including the General Sessions, Gamechangers, the Sales Rally, the Demo Zones and Shop Talks will continue as scheduled, February 10-12, 2021.
Be sure to look for updated links to participate in planned IBSx education programming.