In March, the 1Breadcrumb team exhibited at Sydney Build 2023. This was a great opportunity to see existing clients and speak with people from other fantastic construction companies. We had the opportunity to demonstrate our health and safety system to many industry professionals.
The majority of professionals that we spoke to were searching for a sophisticated solution to automate their Inductions, SWMS, and Site Manhours. In many cases, these were safety professionals from commercial and industrial construction companies. We also spoke to the representatives of large subcontractor companies.
Many construction companies that utilise Procore’s construction management software had a strong interest in implementing and integrating 1Breadcrumb to manage their safety processes.
Simon Elliott, 1Breadcrumb CEO, spoke at Procore Technologies’ Future of Construction stand. He was joined by a panel of industry panels to discuss the following:
- Understanding how to extract value from a connected platform and multiple partners
- How digital data can help optimise workflows and processes
- How digital transformation can be accelerated with an integrated ecosystem
As part of 1Breadcrumb’s stand, a competition was held. Congratulations to Jeremy Murphy from SBP Australia who has received a AEG 18V 2PC FUSION Combo Kit valued at $600.00 AUD. Full competition Terms & Conditions are available here.
Sydney Build 2023 took place on 6-7 March 2023 at ICC Sydney. It saw 390 exhibitors, 385 speakers across 9 conference stages and over 13,500 attendees across the two days. There were networking hub sessions, workshops, demos and live entertainment.
You can see the 2023 Post Show Report here.
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- Enhancing Safety Culture in the Construction Industry through Digital Transformation
- Sydney Build 2023 in Review
- First Glimpse at Construction Costs Potentially Easing