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Celebrating its 30th year, KBB Birmingham, the UK’s largest gathering of the world’s best kitchen, bedroom and bathroom brands, returns to the NEC, Birmingham from 6th – 9th March 2016.
For the first time since 2008, KBB Birmingham has extended its floor space, to showcase even more exhibitors. As the UK’s largest gathering of KBB buyers and suppliers with over 200 companies already signed, KBB welcomes the return of great British companies such as, Roper Rhodes, Hepplewhite and Mereway, along with new international exhibitors Schock, Arredo3, Keller Keukens and Scavolini. Companies are still being confirmed on a weekly basis, with an expected 350 brands to be signed by March 2016.
Off the back of commissioned research this year’s event theme of Future will explore how technological advances are influencing a change in the way we live, design, manufacture and purchase both today and tomorrow. KBB Birmingham will arm the industry with foresight and product innovation, thought-provoking showcases of future design and an unrivalled opportunity source the latest launches from new and returning suppliers.
New to KBB Birmingham, will be the KBB Arena which will hold the annual KBB Review Retail and Design Conference. Here, the industry will be able to listen and learn from some of the key influencers and leading lights of the kitchen and bathroom marketplace. The Arena will also be a networking hub for visitors to catch up with colleagues and friends.
Jon Johnston, Director of KBB Birmingham said: “We look forward to welcoming everyone at next year’s KBB, the only dedicated UK trade event for kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms. We have some great brands returning as well as new companies exhibiting. The bigger than expected demand for space at KBB 2016 reflects that the UK market is an exciting one, not just in terms of the volume of demand for product, but the demand for innovative product design and function.”