Posted 8th February

Iconic British kitchen makers come together for exclusive EKBB event

By KBBDaily on 8th February 2019 - 19:00pm
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Award-winning consumer interiors magazine Essential Kitchen Bathroom Bedroom – EKBB – held an exclusive lunch and roundtable event this afternoon at the Groucho Club in Soho, London, to celebrate the Best of British in bespoke kitchen furniture.

Charlie Smallbone, Johnny Grey and Tom Howley were among the prestigious guests to attend the event, which saw the top players in the bespoke British kitchen manufacturing industry debate the meaning of bespoke and how the industry can progress in today’s market.

EKBB editor Rachel Hicks, pictured centre, and journalist Barbara Chandler moderated the roundtable, which also saw Mel and Martin Holliday of Chiselwood, Richard Davonport of Davonport Kitchens and Gary Mowlem of Mowlem & Co take part alongside Simon Taylor, Mark Holloway of Kitchens by Holloway and Craig Matson of Roundhouse.

Guests were treated to a four-course lunch at the exclusive members club in the heart of London, before enjoying drinks and networking with members of the Hubert Burda Media UK team from titles ek&bbusiness, KBBDaily.com and KBB Ark, as well as other key influential players in the KBB industry.

Pictured left to right (back row): Tom Howley; Charlie Kingham; Jon Stanley; Richard Davonport; Mark Holloway; Neil Matthews and Tom Edmunds of Lewis Alderson; Richard Moore of Martin Moore; Gary Mowlem; Simon Taylor; Peter Humphrey of Humphrey Munson; Craig Matson; and Martin Holliday

Pictured left to right (front row): Charlie Smallbone; EKBB editor Rachel Hicks; Johnny Grey; and Mel Holliday


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