See For Yourself

Experience ProConnect through these videos. Hear from Sponsors and Attendees and get a first-hand look at how the event works and how many you can benefit from being a part of one.

Attendee Testimonials

John Abisch - BSB Design

"The Vendors are here to help us - not just to sell their products."

Jeffrey Resetco, Gilbane Development

"All the Vendors are really top-quality companies that we want to have strong relationships with."

Ximena Ortega, The Scion Group

"I'm going back to my organization with some future partnerships - definitely with a win-win spirit."

Nathan Kim and Alan Schlossberg

"The meetings with Vendors help us push forward with effective designs and cost benefits to our clients."

What Kim and Schlossberg learned

"I certainly learned things about the products and challenged Vendors to help us with projects and overcome hurdles."

Sponsor Testimonials

Pioneer Industries' CEO

"We get tremendous value - not only the business connections, but also the industry insights."

Tracey - Pfister Faucets (video one)

"The format is the key to its success - a smaller environment, to create true partnerships."

Tracey - Pfister Faucets (video two)

"I've created some great contacts, and have been invited to follow up with them."

How ProConnect Works

ProConnect Panorama

A typical ProConnect event - just the right size for maximum impact for Attendees and Sponsors.

ProConnect Room Setup

Attendees and Vendors meet 1-on-1 for confidential 20-minute discussions.

ProConnect one-on-one meetings

There's a buzz in the air as Attendees and Vendors discuss future projects and product solutions.

At the Engineered Floors table

Attendees discuss upcoming projects in 1-on-1 meetings with technical experts from ProConnect sponsoring firms.

At the Allegion table

Unlike a trade show, ProConnect 1-on-1 meetings are scheduled ahead of time.

At the Closetmaid table

Attendees can have up to 16 sessions (20 minutes each) with Vendors in a day and a half.

At the Tamko table

Discussions often continue into breaks, group meals, and the off-site party.