January Furniture Show has confirmed that several companies will be making their debut at the show in January.
Wayne Nortjé, Hypnos Contract Beds director of operations has left the company to join Breasley as operations director.
Four interiors companies have been recognised in the The Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250 as being among Britain’s private mid-market growth companies with the largest sales.
Feather & Black and Jensen Beds parent Hilding Anders has appointed a new ceo.
Marks & Spencer’s incoming store director has decided not to join the chain after his present employer offered him a promotion.
Paul James and Ian Peers have been elected to the BFM’s board.
Belgian upholstery and cabinet manufacturer Recor has named Litmus Furniture as its principal agency for the England, Wales and Ireland.
John Lewis saw home sales slump in the past week after the end of its 20% off promotion, which shoppers turning their attention to clothing and beauty.
Headlam has added to its portfolio of flooring brands by buying Edel Telenzo Carpets.
36 companies have signed up to The Furniture Makers’ Company’s One Step at a Time welfare campaign, taking the charity over a third of the way to its target of 100 companies supporting the initiative by May 2020.
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