Posted 4th January

BCT named Made in Britain's Member of the Year 2018

4th January 2019 - 08:00am
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British Ceramic Tile has been chosen as the Made in Britain's Member of the Year 2018, having joined the Made in Britain network in 2017 and hosting a marketing and sales workshop for Devon-based businesses in October 2017.

More than 40 local manufacturers from the Made in Britain network of #1000makers signed up for the workshop, which was designed to give insight on how to drive sales forward into 2019 and “sell more with the marque”.

BCT CEO Tony Taylor led the workshop alongside Made in Britain CEO John Pearce and Devon Chamber of Commerce CEO George Cowcher. “What a fantastic way to end the year,” said BCT customer marketing head Liam Poole.

“As a company we have enjoyed working closely with MiB, and building relationships with likeminded businesses. The organisation is a perfect fit for us as a company, allowing us to communicate our British heritage and passion for UK manufacturing. We’ll be continuing to support the network into 2019, and hope to encourage more British businesses to do the same.”


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