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THE FLOORING SHOW 2013


Welcome to the Flooring Show Guide 2013! Find everything you need to know about this year's show, with highlights from The Business Enrichment Theatre, the low-down on this year's speakers and the Demo Zone. Have a wonderful show, and make sure you come and say hello to the Tomorrow’s Flooring team at stand B35!


HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE BUSINESS ENRICHMENT THEATRE SUNDAY 1ST


SEPTEMBER


09.45-10.15 The Psychology of Retailing


Get a practical insight into some of the most prevalent factors that trigger and influence purchasing behaviour. In the retail environment, common shopping behaviours can be used to position physical assets and modify services to optimise customer spend; learn more at this talk.


10.30-11.30 Selling Flooring to Women


Hear Phil Pond's opinions on the 32


behaviour and language that can be used to ensure the female consumer makes a positive decision.


11.45-12.30 Social Media, ‘The How To’


PR consultant, Helen Kitchen, shares her views on how to get the most out of social media for you and your business. Find out how to get the best out of a crowded social media landscape, how to manage your activity effectively and more.


MONDAY 2ND SEPTEMBER


11.45- 12.30 Make the Web Work for You


Industry Manager at Google, Finlay Clark, teaches about how to put the web to work for your companies. With


businesses needing to embrace digital to stay ahead, Finlay shares tips about driving sales, amplifying local presence and making money from the web.


13.15- 14.00 The Case for Recycling


Jane Gardner, Project Manager for Carpet Recycling UK, talks about the progress of the take-back scheme, and future plans for growth.


TUESDAY 3RD SEPTEMBER


10.00-11.00 Interior Design Trends


MD of Scarlet Opus, Victoria Redshaw, gives a thorough review of the key trends for Spring/Summer 2014, focusing on colours, patterns, materials, shapes and styling.


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