Posted 8th Aug 2017

Calling all retailers! Enter the ek&bbusiness Awards now

By KBBDaily on 8th August 2017 - 08:00am

Have your 2017 showroom displays proved a massive draw to passing trade? Have your kitchen or bathroom projects combined flair and functionality and do you have visual evidence to prove it?

ek&bbusiness magazine is calling on kitchen and bathroom retailers to enter the 2017 ek&bbusiness Awards in the Master Retailer categories, with the winners set to be announced at a glittering festive event on the 30th November at prestigious London venue The Brewery.

Last year, West One Bathrooms was the winner of the Master Retailer of the Year – Bathrooms award, sponsored by Frontline Bathrooms, while Kitchens International took home the Master Retailer of the Year – Kitchens award, sponsored by InSinkErator.

“It is a huge credit to all the Kitchens International team who work so hard to ensure each and every client has the best kitchen design and installation with no details overlooked,” Kitchens International CEO Gerry Watson said about his company's win last year.

To find out more about the awards – including how to enter a category, book tickets, or become a sponsor – head to

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