Posted 16th May

Grohe unveils permanent display at NSBRC

By KBBDaily on 16th May 2018 - 07:00am
Kitchens and Bathrooms

Grohe has announced a new partnership with the National Self Build & Renovation Centre – NSBRC – making its display a permanent fixture at “what is recognised as the home of inspiration for the self-build community”, according to the company.

The now permanent 4m by 3m stand joins 240 other businesses at the centre, which regularly holds courses and features “hands-on” educational zones and the Trade Village, where suppliers showcase their products.

“Strengthening our business in the homebuilding sector is a key focus for the brand this year, starting firstly with our Truck Tour at the Homebuilding & Renovating Show and now followed by this new venture at the NSBRC,” said Grohe UK senior product manager Paul Bailey.

“We are really keen to work closely with those involved in self-build and renovation projects, and think it is important to use our brand as a pedestal to inspire others to create beautiful properties and interiors. We believe exhibiting at the NSBRC is the perfect platform to do this, and look forward to reaping the benefits that this new partnership will bring.”


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