Why Attend

Officially supported by the Infrastructure and Projects Authority, CompeteFor and the organisations behind many of the UK’s largest projects, UKIS provides delegates and exhibitors with a unique opportunity to engage, connect and collaborate with buyers, planners and decision makers from across the infrastructure space.

Hear from the sector’s leading figures on the future challenges, requirements and opportunities facing buyers and suppliers, learn best practices from completed and ongoing projects, discover the latest products and innovations entering the market, and forge new relationships with those responsible for building the public services of tomorrow.

For buyers:

  • Gain insight into developments across the entire UK infrastructure sector
  • Identify and build relationships with potential supply chain partners
  • Understand the themes and trends that are shaping the future of this sector
  • Learn from other leaders and influencers within this space  
  • Receive free training on key procurement and supply chain topics
  • Explore collaboration opportunities across multiple sectors – locally, regionally and nationally
  • Find innovative new products and services that can transform the way your organisation delivers its services 

For Suppliers

  • Identify opportunities to support major infrastructure projects and programmes across the UK ‒ from local authority projects to major nationwide programmes
  • See what is happening nationally, regionally and locally – and where you can engage
  • Gain insight into the future pipeline supporting billions of pounds of investment
  • See which sectors are set for growth and how your organisation can benefit
  • Receive free training on key procurement and supply chain topics
  • Discover what matters to buyers – and how they plan to engage with their supply chains to increase value
  • Uncover the themes and trends influencing how buyers are thinking and planning for the future 
  • Build relationships with senior influencers and decision makers across major projects and programmes 
  • Network with others in the supply chain for potential collaboration, joint venture and partnership opportunities