Posted 14th Nov 2017

Be interviewed by KBBDaily at the ek&bbusiness Awards

By KBBDaily on 14th November 2017 - 13:26pm

KBBDaily.com, the award-winning news site for the KBB industry, will be interviewing guests at the upcoming ek&bbusiness Awards & Review 2017, taking place on the 30th November at The Brewery in London.

During the Champagne reception upon arrival at the glittering event, KBBDaily.com will be asking guests if they would like to talk about their business, the awards and Christmas on camera to be featured on our YouTube channel.

Last year, the news site spoke to Roman managing director David Osborne, Daro UK managing director James Stone, Blum UK sales and marketing manager Matthew Walmsley and Made In Britan CEO John Pearce at the first ever ek&bbusiness Awards, alongside several other guests.

To register your interest in taking part in KBBDaily Interviews at the awards, please email editor Ellie Clow at ellie.clow@burdamagazines.co.uk. To view last year's interviews – including interviews with several of the 2016 winners – click here.


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