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.
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.
To celebrate the launch of its Kährs Luxury Tiles range, the company is offering retailers the chance to win one of its Platinum LT showroom stands.
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.
The final days of a 20% off promotion helped John Lewis deliver a double-digit rise in home sales in the past week.
Feather & Black and Jensen Beds parent Hilding Anders has appointed a new ceo.
Furniture and lighting retailer Fabiia is to open its first London showroom, after more then a year of planning.
Furniture retailer Loaf saw sales rise 16% in its past financial year while gross margin was increased.
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