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PREVIEW Sirius VIP Members Trade Show makes physical return


Sirius Buying Group’s landmark VIP Members Trade Show takes place this month, on Wednesday 22 September 2021 at Forest of Arden Marriott Hotel & Country Club, Warwickshire. A Gala Dinner will follow in the evening. On Tuesday 21 the Group will hold its AGM. All Sirius Members can attend the AGM, where the


group will review the previous year, current year-to- date performance and also have the opportunity to look ahead to some of the exciting developments still to be launched this year as well as into 2022. On the Wednesday, manufacturers, distributors,


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retailers and installers from within the kitchen, bedroom and bathroom electrical appliance industry will come together once again. Approved Suppliers will showcase a series of new products for 2022 with exclusive deals for Sirius Members to help them become destination stores featuring the latest electrical appliances and kitchen furniture. In the evening, the Sirius Buying Group Gala Dinner


and Annual Awards will take place, with trophies being handed out for Retailer, Store and Manufacturer of the Year, among many others, including various product category awards. Managing Director of the Group, Steve Jones, said


he is delighted that doors will open once again with the full support of everyone to go ahead with a physical Trade Show.


“We look forward to welcoming our new and


established members to come together in an informal, COVID-secure venue to explore the latest exclusive deals and series of product launches by our market- leading Approved Suppliers. I am so proud of the community we continue to grow and build on, with 183 members and over 250 retail outlets ready to do business and safeguard their future.” General Manager at Sirius, Mark Veysey, added:


“We are seeing consistent growth in tailored and personalised kitchen living spaces, indicating that introducing a kitchen arm to your business can be a lucrative way to build your company’s expertise and grow your local reach. We can anticipate a continued focus on home improvements from homeowners,


“After enjoying a successful virtual event with Sirius Buying Group earlier this year, we are excited to be attending its first live trade show since the start of the pandemic,” said Mark Dunn, Key Account Manager at RKW. “It will be a fantastic opportunity to catch up with familiar faces and meet potential new customers in person.


developers and local authorities, with specialist independent retailers able to capitalise on this sustained level of interest. With this in mind we stand ready to support our Members wherever they are in their business evolution, so they can keep growing financially and in reputation.” Mr Veysey also spoke of the importance of


harnessing the latest technology to stay connected with customers. “Given the growing Sirius community over the past


18 months, we will continue to dedicate time to exploring how increasing your online presence can, and will, capture new customers while giving an instant overview of the level of service and expertise our members can provide.”


“Our sales team is keen to share our new range extensions from Smeg with


Sirius Members, while also getting the chance to discuss new opportunities with some of our biggest brands including Tower, The Funky Appliance Company, Lavazza, Numatic and BLACK+DECKER.” Mr Dunn added that the specialist distributor company has prepared a range of exclusive offers for Members who visit RKW’s stand at the show. He said: “We’d like to encourage everyone attending to come and see the latest from RKW’s product line-up at stand SM34.”


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