UK supplier of aluminium trims and associated products for the interior fit-out sector, QIC Interiors Specialist, is hosting a free monthly webinar series that offers insights and brings to light relevant, debatable industry topics. 

The 10-to-15 minute ‘Tea Break Talks’, which include a question-and-answer session, are presented by QIC Interiors Specialist Specification Manager, James Palmer. The company’s go-to person for architect and design specification, James has more than 20 years’ construction industry experience and has much to say on the subject!

The first Tea Break Talk takes place at 11am on Tuesday 28 February. Designed as a guide to help specifiers find a solution that is tailormade for their next fit-out project, the presentation also provides a brief introduction to QIC and an overview of its products for use within dry lining, suspended ceilings and glass partitioning systems.

James Palmer said: “Our Tea Break Talks are designed for our audience to make informative, entertaining use of a few moments’ downtime. We anticipate those taking part in our presentation will be able to make better-informed choices regarding product specification for fit-out projects. It’s also a chance for people to take part in some lively debates on topics that address problem-solving and how to overcome challenges within the industry.”

QIC Interiors Specialist is a true specialist manufacturer with its capability to supply bespoke curved aluminium trims to a particular radius or design. The company also produces made-to-measure access panels, as well as purpose-built fabrication and pressed metal solutions.

James said “that although he would be hosting the Tea Break Talks, the sessions were an ‘open house’. The webinars are a platform for users to air and share their views amongst like-minded people,” he continued. “So, give yourselves a well-earned midmorning break by pouring yourself a cuppa, pulling up a chair and logging on to QIC’s Tea Break Talks.”

To register for the first QIC Interiors Specialist Tea Break Talk at 11am on the 28 February click here.