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June 20, 2018
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State of Declarations
More and more rating systems, standards and green building codes are requiring companies to submit Environmental Product Declarations and Product Category Rules. EPDs are also increasingly a contractual requirement. Take a look at the increasing role of environmental impact disclosures in the industry. Read More
 
Nominations Now Open for Dealer of the Year Awards
Window & Door and the Window & Door Dealers Alliance are now accepting nominations for the annual Dealer of the Year Awards. In addition to being featured in the October/November issue, winners will be honored at a reception during Window & Door Dealer Day on September 13 in Las Vegas and will receive one complimentary registration to the event, as well as one complimentary hotel night at the Encore at Wynn Las Vegas. Nominate a Dealer


 
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Tru Tech Doors Appoints New Chairman
 
Biesse Group Hires North America Parts Quality Assurance Leader
 
2018 Best of LaCantina Architects Competition Opens
 
YKK Introduces StyleView NT Single-Hung Window
 
Kolbe to Display XL Double-Hung at AIA
 
Western Window Systems Introduces Low-E Oversize Multi-Slide Door and Windows
 
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Product Spotlight
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The Talk

By Matt Johnson
Many companies rely on the expertise of internet marketing agencies for ad development, placement and intellectual property right protection. But, as recent experience with Facebook and “tailored” content has illustrated, internet advertising can also present a Wild West for the digital frontier. Window and door companies using digital ad agencies must exercise caution. 
 
Advertisements that collect personal information, whether by direct request or imbedded “cookie” demands, can open the companies purchasing those advertisements to privacy claims. If and how a digital marketer protects its clients against that potential liability must be a key contractual point during the decision to purchase advertising services. Read More

Monthly Reader Poll

Monthly Poll: GlassBuild America

GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo is the largest gathering place for the entire glass, window and door industries in North America. More than 400 exhibitors have been prepping for the event for months and attendees are just gearing up for their annual opportunity to meet face-to-face with suppliers and peers. 
 
Coming up September 12-14 in Las Vegas, residential window and door manufacturers will find educational forums and Express Learning sessions, abundant networking opportunities and a trade show floor full of the latest and most innovative fenestration industries’ equipment, products, technologies and services. We want to know: what drives you to attend GlassBuild America? Weigh in on this month’s poll below, post your comments or send an email with your thoughts on how we can help make this year’s event be the best yet. Bonus: email your best trade show survival tips and you could be interviewed for an upcoming article in Window & Door. 
 

Why Do you Attend GlassBuild America?

 
Please choose one of the following responses:
For Peer Networking Opportunities
To Meet with Suppliers Face-to-Face
For the Educational Sessions
To Purchase Equipment from Exhibitors
To Keep up with Industry Trends
Other (please list in comments)



 

 

 

 
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