Innovative furniture companies at KBB London 2011

May 16, 2011

Six local companies are showcasing their products on an Invest Northern Ireland group stand at the first ever Kitchen, Bedroom and Bathroom Show (KBB) in London, which runs from 15-17 May.

The KBB Show is London’s only trade exhibition dedicated to kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms and will gather, under one roof, the UK’s leading retailers, developers, house builders, interior designers, architects and specifiers, as well as an international audience of potential customers and partners.   

The local companies exhibiting on the Invest NI stand are: Curve Craft, Downpatrick; Shore Distribution Ltd, Lisburn; Woodland Kitchens, Ballymena; Rooms Dynamic Furniture Ltd, Coleraine; Uform, Toomebridge; and Roco Door Design, Kilrea.

Dr Vicky Kell, Invest NI Trade Director, commenting on KBB 2011 said: “KBB provides an unrivalled opportunity for Northern Ireland companies to access a qualified audience of key buyers and specifiers all looking to source the latest and innovative products.

“We recognised the unique opportunity presented to Northern Ireland companies through participation in this event. The London based show is new, fresh and highlights innovation. It will attract a large audience both internationally and nationally as this area is still buoyant and vibrant, and shows strong growth in terms of house building, refurbishment and commercial development.

Invest NI has facilitated market research, lead generation and prospective customer identification for the six Northern Ireland companies.”

KBB is organised by UBM Built Environment, the UK’s leading business to business information provider serving both the construction and commercial property communities.

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