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18th January 2019
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KBSA starts new year with 10 new members
The Kitchen Bathroom Bedroom Specialists Association has announced that 10 new members have been accepted into the Association, continuing the drive towards 50 new retail members by Summer 2019.
The latest new members include eight new retail members, one corporate member - Gardner Distribution based in Kent, and one Foundation member - New Forest Designs in Hampshire. In addition, Ekco (Edinburgh) has added a new branch to its membership.
The eight new retail members include F&D Kitchen Solutions in Milton Keynes; Admo Kitchens in Leytonstone, Greater London; cu_cucine in Oxfordshire; Kitchen Ergonomics in
Hertfordshire; K&M Interiors in Melton Mowbray; Banstead Kitchen Studios in Surrey; Martha James Kitchens & Living Spaces in Stamford, Lincolnshire and Kitchens Unlimited in Ashford, Kent.
"We are delighted to begin 2019 with such an influx of new members," says national account manager Allister Reed (pictured left with Stuart Hendry from Martha James Kitchens & Living Spaces). "This is certainly going to be a challenging year as the Brexit deal fiasco plays out over the coming months. It is our intention to build an Association that is relevant and strong; able to support members as they face the uncertainties
and market challenges ahead.
"We will continue to promote the new Foundation membership over the coming year. This unique package allows start-up businesses to take advantage of KBSA membership earlier than they could have done previously, and enables us to offer them much needed support during their formative years.
"These are exciting times for the KBSA as we drive forward our plans to make the Association bigger and stronger, enabling us to be even more successful in promoting, protecting and supporting the independent KBB retail specialist."
11th January 2019