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IBSx Registration Opens

Already registered for the in-person event? Here's what you need to know.


By By James F. McClister November 2, 2020
IBS has gone virtual for 2021 and registration is now live
IBS has gone virtual for 2021 and registration is now live

The all-virtual 2021 International Builders' Show, newly branded IBSx, is officially open for registration, the National Association of Home Builders announced today

What Attendees Can Expect 

While the event's final details are still being determined, NAHB has released some information on what attendees can expect. For instance, All Access Pass ticket holders will have entry to more than 70 education sessions, various networking opportunities and demos, and exhibitor booths; though, how those experiences will translate to virtual is still unknown. The general Expo Pass—which is free to all members and only $50 for non-members—will guarantee access to all the same activities minus the education sessions. 

Those interested in registering can do so here

Already Registered For The In-Person Event?  

NAHB says on its website that "current IBS registrants will automatically have their registration transferred to the virtual event with the same access they had for the in-person event," and that all hotel reservations made through the association will be automatically canceled without penalty. Any difference between the in-person and virtual registration fees will be credited back to the purchasing card within 60 days. 

If a current registrant wishes to change their level of access or cancel their registration altogether, NAHB requires a written request be sent to buildersshow@nahb.org by November 7, 2020. Refunds will not be honored beyond that date. 


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James F. McClister

James McClister is managing editor for Professional Remodeler.


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