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Letters | COMMENT AND OPINION


Turn the page for go to kbbreview.com/awards


Fantastic to see the event so well attended


I THOUGHT THE awards were excellent. Clearly a massive amount of time and thought had been put into the preparation and organisation – and that really paid off. The venue, entertainment and hosts were


all great, along with all the Mancunian details to help pull it all together. It was also fantastic to see the event being so


well attended, even though it was away from the show in Birmingham/London. I think that is not only a good refl ection of Manchester’s current status, but also of the positivity within the industry in spite of the uncertain times. On a more personal note, we were also


Great stuff and brilliantly organised


happy to be able to get involved to help make the show carbon-neutral [HPP was a Sustainability Partner of the awards], which again is something that could have easily been overlooked, but is so relevant and something that we should all be thinking about.


Dan Mounsey, marketing manager, HPP


We loved the tree- replanting concept


KALDEWEI IS delighted to have been a Sustainability Partner at the 2019 sell- out kbbreview Retail & Design Awards this year. This was a perfect fi t for Kaldewei’s ethical


manufacturing. We loved the innovative tree-replanting concept, creating a carbon-neutral event and long-lasting benefi ts to the wider community.


Adam Teal, UK head of sales, Kaldewei 25


CONGRATULATIONS ON this year’s awards and dinner. I’ve been to many of these events


over the years, but this one was easily the best.


Colin Patterson, marketing manager, Hettich UK Such a great event!


THE KBBREVIEW RETAIL & Design Awards 2019 in Manchester was such a great event! Congratulations to all of the people involved.


Vittorio Naldi, branch manager, Scavolini UK


YEARS novy.co.uk


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13/05/2019 13:02:44 33 Amazing venue – edgy and


thoroughly Mancunian. Nice touch with the local beers at the table and the food was lovely, too. Great entertainment also and Steph McGovern was an inspired choice of host. Great stuff and brilliantly org -


anised. Everyone I’ve spoken to shares the same opinion.


Derek Miller, director, Scope Bathrooms, Glasgow


It made us proud to be part of the UK KBB industry


THIS WAS our fi rst time as one of the sponsors of the awards – the welcome drinks in our case – and our two tables of Hettich colleagues and guests had a brilliant night. The level of entries was incredibly high and the overall quality of the event made us proud to be part of the UK KBB industry. The atmosphere proved that we can be serious about what we do, without always taking ourselves too seriously.


Manufacturer profi le: Kudos ‘We’re loud, we’re proud, we’re Kudos’ pg 40


The best awards I have been to


IT WAS great to be involved in the this year’s kbbreview Retail & Design Awards. They were certainly the best awards I have been to. Thanks to you all.


Graham Robinson, showroom manager, Halcyon Interiors, Wigmore Street


PRODUCTS & SUPPLIERS


In Focus: Experiential retailing How you can implement an experiential retail strategy for your showroom pg 34


Distributor profi le: IDS ‘We are a local shop for local people’ pg 45


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