Natuzzi has opened its online selling platform in the UK.
Bed chain Feather & Black is set to have a new owner, according to media reports.
Laura Ashley is able to use its bank borrowings to fund day to day spending after agreement was reached between its majority shareholder and its bank.
Wren Kitchens is to begin operations in the US, marking a return to the country where founder Malcolm Healey previously owned the country’s largest kitchen retailer and manufacturer.
Peter Podesta, Carpenter sales manager and Ruairi Giles, Harrison Spinks commercial director are to run this year’s Virgin Money London Marathon to raises funds for charity.
Axminster Carpets has gone into administration after attempts to find a buyer failed.
Laura Ashley has warned that it needs to access more money from its banker or it will have to ‘consider all appropriate options.’
The National Bed Federation is to hold a Green Forum on Earth Day to highlight how companies can improve their sustainability.
Administrator is to begin preparations to close Beales’ remaining 11 branches after failing to receive any ‘deliverable offers’.
The Malaysian International Furniture Fair has been rescheduled from 6-9 March 6-9 to 30 June-3 July because of the coronavirus outbreak.
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