Appliance specialist Caple will unveil its ‘Japandi’ style (Japanese and Scandinavian design) stand at this year’s kbb Birmingham.
Caple’s Managing Director, Danny Lay, said: “Caple always achieves so much positivity from customers at kbb Birmingham and this year we believe we’ll see nothing less. You will discover a beautifully designed stand, K100, at the centre of the show, showcasing hundreds of products, new and existing, in our comprehensive portfolio.”
Taking place at the NEC from 1-4 March, Caple’s highlights this year will include Wi-Fi-enabled cooking appliances, state-of-the-art extractor hoods and a uniquely-styled sink.
Mr Lay continued: “I can’t reveal too much more about exactly what to look out for, but I can tell you we’re bringing an incredible selection of new, high-performance appliances and design-led sinks and taps to the show, which will be displayed in our own designer kitchen furniture settings.
“This way, we will attract new and existing customers who can not only experience ‘real’ kitchen displays as they walk around the stand, but they will see the true versatility our Caple brand has to offer.”
This year, Michelin-starred, celebrity chef Josh Eggleton (pictured above) will be cooking up a whole host of mouth-watering delights from an innovative Japanese-inspired menu for visitors to enjoy over three days, from Sunday to Tuesday. And if you want to know a little more about what to expect from the stand at kbb Birmingham, read the latest blog featuring Caple’s Marketing Manager, Alex Fuidge.