KBB Birmingham organisers UBM have introduced a promotion that will reward every 1,000th registering visitor with a bottle of Champagne. The promotion has been unveiled in celebration of the 1,000th visitor registration and organiser Andy Vaughan commented, “We’ve had a tremendous response since registration was opened, and we know there’ll be plenty more bottles to be handed out in the coming weeks and months.”
According to recent news, KBB Birmingham will showcase the biggest collection of European brands in the show’s 29-year history at the NEC next March, which is understood to equate to a 20% like-for-like rise in the number of Euro brands exhibiting at the show. Among the Euro brands already booked in for the event, (running from 2nd to 5th March 2014), are Leicht, Samet; Rotunkt; Faber Spa; and Xey Kitchens.
“We are delighted that this year’s show will represent such a diverse range of exhibitors right through from home-grown talent to much-loved European brands that we have all become accustomed to,” said KBB Birmingham event director Andrew Vaughan. “I think it is clear to see the economy in the UK is picking up and it has become relevant, now more than ever, for our European counterparts to ride upon this success too.”
Other exhibitors include German kitchens brand Nolte, popular bathroom brand Abode, Blum, worktop maker Bushboard, appliances maker Caple, Cosentino (Silestone), DR Cooker Hoods (UK importer for Italian Elica hoods), sink and tap brand Franke, Luxair hoods, German kitchens megabrand Nobilia, Pronorm, Sbox (makers of pop up storage), and popular German made brand Schuller kitchens.
KBB Birmingham is organised by UBM, the world’s second largest pure play event organiser. They organise tradeshows and other live ‘in person’ events which enable communities to do business, which are a key marketing tool for companies to source new leads, reinforce existing business relationships and bring the market up-to-date with their latest products and services.