EBOSS offers a range of tailored events to assist product suppliers in educating specifiers and building connections. With a focus on education and meaningful engagement, these events include our popular Movie Nights to more hands-on, technical product presentations.
EBOSS Architectural Movie Nights
EBOSS Architectural Movie Nights provide product suppliers with a captive audience of local architects, architectural designers and key influencers in 13 regions across New Zealand. Considered ‘must attend’ events, each movie night begins with a relaxed networking function where event partners display technical models and samples and connect with guests over drinks and canapés. Following networking, we screen an architectural or design documentary carefully selected to appeal to the specifier audience. With EBOSS managing the finer details, event partners can focus on what’s most important: building relationships with specifiers.
EBOSS Architectural Quiz Nights
EBOSS Architectural Quiz Nights provide a unique opportunity for reps to spend time and build a rapport with a team of architects and designers. Taking place across 6 regions in New Zealand, the events begin with hosted drinks and networking followed by an interactive architectural quiz where teams compete for kudos, prizes and the ultimate winning trophy. Event partners have the opportunity to make their brand memorable with samples, merchandise and their most personable reps.
EBOSS works with a range of architectural practices and tertiary institutions to facilitate interactive materials training for architects, designers and building officials. These sessions include formal CPD presentations, morning teas tailored to practice needs and larger themed forums.. Product suppliers display physical models, build-ups, and larger samples depicting solutions to build concerns or current problems, and have knowledgeable staff on hand to answer questions from practitioners. EBOSS TechED is a fantastic opportunity for reps to meet teams and talk through your systems/products on display.