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KBBG to exhibit at KBB Birmingham 2022

The Kitchen Bathroom Buying Group (KBBG) will unveil its largest exhibition stand in the UK to date at KBB Birmingham 2022, from 6-9 March, in Hall 18 at Stand M90.

The stand is in partnership with Getley UK, which will be showcasing its Alku kitchen, bedroom and living room furniture ranges at the exhibition.

The KBBG is an organisation set up to support independent kitchen and bathroom specialists and is part of DER KREIS, one of Europe’s leading kitchen and bathroom buying group.

Visitors to the stand at KBB will be able to meet the entire KBBG team, who will explain the benefits of joining the organisation as a member.

Bill Miller, Managing Director of KBBG, said: “The KBBG provides a range of exclusive tailored benefits and services to support independent kitchen and bathroom specialists by improving margins, and giving access to products, allowing members to stay ahead of the competition and achieve their full business potential.”

Those interested in joining the buying group will be able to explore the array of products and services, benefits and rewards that DER KREIS UK offers to support independent retailers. Meanwhile, existing members will hear of the latest promotions available and receive an update on the newest suppliers to join the KBBG. There will also be a competition open to all visitors to the stand with a generous prize up for grabs, which will be drawn at the end of the KBB Show.

Mr Miller added: “KBB Birmingham is the only trade show in the UK for the independent kitchen and bathroom specialist to hear about the opportunities available to support their business, as well as see new products and network with like-minded friends and colleagues.

“Independent kitchen and bathroom specialists need to know where to find support and advice when they need it. Our presence at KBB Birmingham will endorse our commitment to the industry and is the best opportunity for us to demonstrate, display and discuss our ever-increasing portfolio with members and prospective members.”

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