Just hours after Interiors Monthly revealed that Interiors UK would be moved from the NEC to London and be held in May from 2015, the NEC has responded by announcing plans for its own event.
Today Harrison Spinks, the luxury bed manufacturer who hand tailor mattresses under the Harrison, Somnus and Spink & Edgar brands were visited by the Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg. The purpose of the visit was to review progress of the Company’s successful bid and award of £2.2 million from the Governments Regional Growth Fund (RGF).
Flooring giant Unilin has agreed its fourth acquisition of the year, boosting its engineered wood floor operations.
All of the National Bed Federation's members have passed the organisation's new code of conduct.
Ventura Corporation has withdrawn its Sleep Secrets mattresses, amid concerns the Chinese manufactured products do not meet the UK flammability regulations
The latest RICS survey shows further evidence of increased activity in the housing market, but price rises are being driven by a shortage of homes for sale.
The National Bed Federation's approval mark and code of conduct will be launched to consumers on 17 February.
Peter Simon, the founder of Monsoon and Accessorize, has become the second shareholder at growing online furniture and homewares retailer Loaf.
Household goods retailers were almost equally split over their sales performance in December, as shoppers pushed their pre-Christmas shopping into December.
The Midlands is known for its spicy dishes, but the chat at the NEC made the local restaurants seem as if they were offering a Devon cream tea. But the real taste is much more important.
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