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TFS reveals keynote seminar speaker

TFSseminar16The Flooring Show has revealed its keynote seminar speaker for this year’s exhibition, alongside its first panel discussion.

From 17 to 19 September, the free seminars will take place in the King’s Suite of the exhibition halls.
Social media strategist Warren Knight will be the keynote speaker, discussing How to Win New Business with Social Media. Visitors will learn how to turn visitors into prospects and win new business as knight talks attendees through his proven, step-by-step, social media roadmap to achieve the end goal of generating brand awareness and increasing sales: learn how to connect with your customers and win new work by creating relevant content and turn your business into a successful, socially-savvy business.
The show’s first panel discussion will be running in the 2pm seminar slot on Sunday 17 September. To be chaired by Martin Curtis of Wool Carpet Focus Group, the discussion will focus on why consumers should choose wool carpet; discussing the positives and negatives.
In the seminars, Steve Philip will discuss ‘Not on social media? Then you're losing customers’; Scarlet Opus will talk about Christmas windows 2017 and 2018’s top 10 colours; RFMS will discuss floor measuring and room layout resulting in less waste; Interface will cover ‘Flooring, nature and the consumer’; Hattrick PR will talk about retailing wool carpet; David Abbott will discuss ‘How to price your products and win’; The Federation of Small Businesses will explore what Brexit will mean for small businesses and Houzz will discuss ‘How to Houzz’.
Returning to The Flooring Show along with the seminars, are the other show features: the Business Advice Centre, Demo Zones, the Trends Hub, Carpet Fitter of the Year Competition alongside the new Contract Zone.