The National Bed Federation has launched a marketing scheme to promote the benefits of buying approved British-made beds to consumers.
Exhibition organiser Hyve has taken the decision to cancel September’s Autumn Fair.
Furniture chain Harveys has fallen into administration while sister chain Bensons for Beds has been sold in a pre-pack administration.
Interior design exhibition Decorex will not take place as a live event this year, instead switching to an online format.
Sharon White, John Lewis partnership chairman has warned that not all of its stores will re-open and staff will know which ones will remain closed by mid-July.
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Victoria has given 17 of its senior managers share options totally 1.25million shares which they cannot fully cash in until 2025.
Topps Tiles has seen sales rebound since stores re-opened and it has reported that social distancing is not causing problems.
The organiser of The Flooring Show says it will switch the event to a different venue in Harrogate if the Harrogate Convention Centre remains a Nightingale hospital.
Danish furniture and accessories supplier ferm Living has opened its first showroom, as part of its head office.
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