The BFM is to hold two virtual round table events to gauge opinion on the sector’s navigation of the road to net zero.
Retailers in Scotland will not have to pay business rates until April 2022.
Graham & Brown is to supply the relaunched Laura Ashley wallpaper and paint collection.
MMFA figures reveal the pandemic’s impact on sales.
Shares in Dunelm have fallen by almost 9% after Will Adderley, Dunelm deputy chairman sold a 7.4% stake in the chain.
Made.com has begun looking at fundraising options, including a stock market floatation, which could value it at more than £500m.
The BFM has announced it hopes to hold its BFM Fabric Show London in June.
The British Furniture Confederation has called on the chancellor to provide further support for furniture manufacturers through the summer.
Furniture Village has opened a virtual store, allowing shoppers to browse with optional support live from the shop floor, via phone, LiveChat or video call.
SATRA Technology has expanded its programme of free technical webinars to include more topics of interest to the furniture and floorcoverings sectors.
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