Colin Macpherson re-joins CCS as Business Development Manager for Scotland

Kbsa and Mereway to partner at KBB 2020


he Kitchen Bathroom Bedroom Specialists Association, Kbsa, has partnered with long standing corporate

member, Mereway Group for the 2020 KBB exhibition which takes place on 01-04 March at the NEC Birmingham. The two organisations will have a joint presence at the show, offering

retailers the opportunity to see the latest kitchen product launch from Mereway, and learn about the benefits of Kbsa membership, all in the one location. Kbsa national chair, Richard Hibbert said, “We are delighted to once

again support this biennial event. It offers us a fantastic opportunity to meet with visitors and showcase everything the Kbsa has to offer. “The partnership with Mereway is a great match, as potential members will be able to appreciate the quality of our corporate members, as well as being able to engage with the Mereway team.” Mark Mills Sales and marketing director at Mereway said, “KBB is well

regarded as one of the best trade shows, bringing together industry professionals to network and facilitate new business opportunities. “We are pleased to show our continued support for the Kbsa by

joining forces. With an expected audience of over 16,000 visitors, it promises to be a successful event.” Kbsa and Mereway can be found on stand N140.

Consumer Credit Solutions is pleased to announce the appointment of Colin Macpherson as Business Development Manager. He has taken on account management responsibility for home improvement retailers across Scotland. Colin has over 40 years’ experience in consumer finance, working mainly for American-owned UK banks specialising in unsecured point-of-sale credit. More recently Colin has gained experience in the areas of compliance and account management. He re-joins CCS having previously worked for the business between 2014 and 2016. CCS Sales Director Alex McCulloch said, “I’m delighted to welcome Colin

back to CCS. He brings considerable experience in client support to our Business Development Management team, and he will play a key role in assisting our retail-partners to develop their consumer finance strategies further. Colin will also be utilising his skills in compliance to assist retailers and our existing compliance team.” Colin added, “It’s great to re-join CCS and I’m looking forward to working

with the team and helping our home improvement clients utilise a broad range of credit products to continue to grow their businesses over the coming months and years.”

VitrA Dedicates New Brochure to Brassware, Accessories and Showers

VitrA Bathrooms has one of the largest collections of brassware and complementary accessories on the market, catering for every style and need. With designs that range from the pared down elegance of Origin with its exciting selection of finishes to practical, easy to use designs such as X-Line, Solid S and Suit L (featured on the front cover), VitrA’s brassware collection offers consumers and specifiers the ultimate in quality, longevity and choice. Thanks to the brand-new colour 130pp brochure, retailers, designers

and consumers will be able to see the complete range in an easy to follow format. The new brochure includes all taps, accessories and showers and is the ideal reference point for every need from a complete re-design to a fast facelift. As well as looking good, VitrA

 More details are available from The KBSA or call 01623 818808

brassware is tested above and beyond industry standards to ensure superior, trouble-free performance. Cartridges that control the flow of water are tested nearly 2 million times more than European standard. There is a 10-year warranty on all brassware and 5 years on showers and accessories.


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