Finding Fenex

The outside of a house with nice windows

Deceuninck is not the first to find Fenex an attractive option but it has joined the virtual exhibition series as another launch partner.

Described as ‘the future of fenestration’, Fenex is the UK’s first virtual fenestration exhibition for the trade, specifiers and homeowners. There will be five events in total. The first exhibition is taking place Friday 27-Saturday 28 November, showcasing the latest innovations in windows, doors and hardware. The main virtual event will be between Wednesday 21-Saturday 24 April 2021.


 “Why Fenex? It’s simple. We want to share the secrets of our fabricators’ success with fabricators and installers and we’re asking 'was your 2020 story about missed opportunities, suppliers’ excuses, restrictions and disappointments.'?”

– Rob McGlennon 

Managing Director, Deceuninck


On the bus not under it

"Deceuninck fabricators and their installer customers didn’t miss the bus," continues Deceuninck's McGlennon. "They continued to grow strongly, continued to sell more colour and the most beautiful flush windows in the market. Deceuninck kept supplying them with near perfect OTIFs from our huge stocks and great service to support their faster-than-market growth.

“Want to know why all our top 20 fabricators are smiling? Want some too? Come and see us at Fenex!”


Big names

Fenex co-founders, Lee Clarke and Jason Grafton-Holt add: “In the UK, the fenestration sector has seen a decade’s worth of change in a  matter of months as businesses seek new and more efficient ways to reach their customers. We launched Fenex, the fenestration industry’s first virtual exhibition, to help the industry rebuild and get back on its feet. Fenex will harness the power of digital technologies, allowing businesses to reach new and existing customers in new and more productive ways. We’ve already signed up a number of big industry names, and we’re very excited to have Deceuninck on board.”

Picture: Is it live or is it virtual - visit Fenex to find out.

Article written by Cathryn Ellis
14th October 2020


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