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Round-up | NEWS


V-Zug set to open London studio


PREMIUM SWISS appliance brand V-Zug has revealed details of its plan to open a flagship studio on London’s prestigious Wigmore Street this autumn.


In a statement, the brand – which re-entered the UK and Ireland market last year – said the location of the studio at 27 Wigmore Street, a 1907 listed building at the heart of London’s


luxury kitchen retail hub, is key to the company’s UK growth plans and portrays V-Zug’s commitment for setting down roots here. Alongside displays of the latest V-Zug appliances, the showroom will include a working space where designers and architects are encouraged to host their clients to discuss ongoing projects. There will also be a working kitchen and private dining area available for use by the brand’s trade partners. Speaking about the new showroom, David Knight, managing director of V-Zug UK, said: “Our vision for the new V-Zug Studio is to not only create the most prestigious luxury appliance showroom in London, but to create a beautiful and friendly environment where architects, designers and our partners can come to feel inspired and at home with our beautiful brand.


“Our new designers’ area will enable designers to use the space to greet their clients and to feel comfortable to host in the environment themselves. The goal is to create true relationships, and to reflect our global V-Zug culture of humbleness, simplicity, and beauty. We are looking forward to opening the doors in the autumn and inviting our partners to see the beautiful space for themselves.”


PJH staff in 21,000 mile global challenge raise £5,000 for NHS charities


STAFF AT Bolton-based bathroom products distributor PJH raised £5,000 for NHS Charities Together after completing a Wellbeing Team Challenge that sent them off around the globe. For the Wellbeing Team Challenge, PJH tasked its employees with travelling the world together ‘virtually’, by any self-powered means of transport – walking, cycling, running, swimming, kayaking. All in all, 126 staff covered 21,020 miles, visiting some of PJH parent company Globe Union’s many sites around the world, including Mexico, Montreal, Shenzhen in China and Taiwan. The challenge ran throughout the summer and to promote well-being within the company. Employees shared photographs throughout the event, which PJH said “brought a well-needed social aspect to the challenge and a real team feeling”. Commenting on the challenge, PJH chief executive Richard George said: “Good mental and physical health is extremely important, and the Wellbeing Team Challenge was designed to bring everyone that bit closer together and promote activities that foster a sense of well-being. Its success proves just how close we are as a team, and the £5,000 raised for NHS Charities Together is a vote of thanks from us all for the incredible work by the NHS throughout this pandemic.”


October 2021 · 17


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