Posted 14th Nov 2017

Novy joins the KBSA as part of 'long-term business plan'

By KBBDaily on 14th November 2017 - 07:00am

Belgian appliance brand Novy has joined the Kitchen Bathroom Bedroom Specialists Association – KBSA – as a corporate supplier member, having launched in the UK earlier this year and recently sponsored the KBSA national conference at the beginning of October.

“Novy has a long-term business plan for the UK market and we are firmly committed to supporting the kitchen specialist industry,” said Novy country manager Owain Harrison. “For 40 years, the KBSA has been an invaluable resource for kitchens businesses, particularly for independents, while membership also brings the benefit of being regarded as a trusted brand for consumers.

“I have been a supporter of the association throughout my career and I believe the KBSA continues to be a force for good for the sector going forward.”

KBSA national chair Richard Hibbert added: “We are very pleased that Novy has joined the KBSA as a corporate member so soon after its entry to the UK market. The brand brings with it years of experience and innovation in the extraction sector and while relatively new to the UK, it is already a household name in Europe.”

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