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KBBG members to enjoy an exclusive consultancy offer
The Kitchen Bathroom Buying Group is dedicated to supporting independent kitchen specialists in the UK; members can benefit from an exclusive business consultancy opportunity to work with one of the UK's leading independent kitchen and bathroom retailers, with a support package, only available to KBBG members.
Richard Hibbert, (pictured) managing director and owner of KSL, an award-winning family business which opened its first kitchen showroom in 1989, is offering a consultancy service to KBBG members, providing advice on areas such as: new business start-up; product selection; showroom presentation and layout, and how to take kitchen, bedroom and bathroom design to a higher level.
With experience in marketing, PR and showroom-based events, Richard was the youngest ever board member of the Kitchen Bathroom Bedroom Specialists Association, and a judge for the 2014 and 2015 national awards, as well as writing for KBB trade and retail magazines.
Bill Miller, managing director of the KBBG, says: "This really is an opportunity too good to miss, and is a further benefit of KBBG membership to the independent kitchen specialist. Richard is an experienced and successful retailer, who understands the pressures and advantages of independence in the market, and is offering a competitive service which could help you to strengthen and develop your business.
"In addition to benefiting from special buying conditions on many kitchen furniture and appliance brands, and exclusive access to a number of German kitchen furniture ranges; independent kitchen specialists, who are members of the KBBG, can now benefit from consultancy services to help grow and profit their businesses."
For more information about this support package, or to arrange direct contact with Richard, contact Bill via:
19th February 2016