(PRWEB UK) 15 January 2014
This year, the Interiors UK show is going to be better than ever - with thousands of inspirational products and designs on show, it promises to be really on trend, up to the minute and unique.
Covering everything from furniture to lighting, flooring to soft furnishings, paint, wall coverings and accessories, Interiors UK will be of interest to all those serving the design market, from high-end to volume, traditional to modern, both contract and home interior.
As well as an exciting line up of exhibitors, there is an invaluable seminar programme for visitors to the show. Key industry experts from the retail and design world will be delivering an insightful programme, providing those attending with the tools and advice to overcome challenges, stay ahead of the game and put success at the heart of their business.
Of particular note are George Davies, from George at Asda, who will be sharing his knowledge on injecting success into your business and how to make retailing work for you (Mon 20th, 12pm)
Also, Lynda Murray, founder of International Visual, will be talking on how to ‘Unlock the potential of your store through the expertise of visual merchandising’ (Mon 20th, 1.30pm)
Andrew McMillan from John Lewis will be providing insider knowledge on how to differentiate your product from the competition – he explains ‘Many retailers quite rightly focus on product when they try to differentiate themselves from their competition but, with globalisation and the web, that is getting harder to do. Inspiring curation of product assortment will make your brand distinctive, but what is the ‘personality’ of your business.”
Find out more on Tues 21st 12pm
And, Hannah Malein of Global Colour Research will be sharing her thoughts and insights on ‘Key colour and material trends for Autumn 14/15’.
Exhibitors at the show include The Real PaintBox Company. This year they are showing off their new retail display stands and inviting retailers to visit them on their stand at Hall 1, B52 where visitors will be able to see their inspirational paint colour range, find out how they can give paint sales the USP treatment and discuss the opportunity of becoming an exclusive stockist.
All of this and more means that a day spent at the Interiors UK show will add up to a wealth of knowledge, resource and opportunity.