Saint-Hyacinthe move pays off for Canada Woodworking East.
Canada Woodworking East (Bois ouvré de l’est du Canada), Quebec and Eastern Canada’s bilingual secondary wood event had a remarkable turnout of 2,021 visitors at Saint-Hyacinthe’s BMO Centre for its third edition Oct. 24-25.
“We are very pleased with the growth seen at this edition of the show, the acceptance from the industry has been overwhelming,” said Show Manager Mike Neeb.
“Taking the show to this new location in the hub of Eastern Canada’s woodworking industry was well worth it.”
The show attracted members of the secondary woodworking market from across Quebec and Eastern Canada including cabinet manufacturers, residential and commercial furniture manufacturers, architectural woodworkers, millworkers and custom wood product manufacturers.
Special thanks to the event’s industry association partners for presenting a very successful cutting-edge seminar series covering diverse topics of interest to a wide variety of industry professionals.