Furniture Makers’ Company swells corporate ranks
The Furniture Makers' Company has recruited four new corporate members, bringing the number to 17, with Brighthouse, Designer Contracts, KI and Silentnight Group joining.
'We are delighted to welcome so many new corporate members from such a variety of prestigious British brands. It is heartening to understand how much they want to become involved with our activities and we look forward to their ideas and input. Members underpin everything we do, enabling us to continue to inspire, educate and support for the future of the furnishing industry,' says Paul von der Heyde, master of the Furniture Makers Company.
Mark Lynch, Brighthouse director of supply chain has become its primary corporate liveryman (pictured) with Michael Devine, divisional controller and Dene Hamill, category manager, TV, audio and furniture becoming secondary corporate liverymen.
Peter Kelsey, Designer Contracts md has become its primary corporate liveryman with Sue Kelsey, company secretary and John Dalton, company secretary becoming secondary corporate liverymen.
Jonathan Hindle, KI group md up has become its primary corporate liveryman with Kevin Geeves, sales director and David Venables, sales director secondary corporate liverymen.
Adrian Fawcett, Silentight Group chairman has become its primary corporate liveryman with Steve Freeman, md and Richard Logo, chief operations officer becoming secondary corporate liveryman.