Posted 25th March

Acres Consultancy sponsors kitchen design degree student

25th March 2019 - 07:00am
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Acres Consultancy – recently founded by former Omega director and KBSA retail corporate chairman Simon Acres, pictured right – has sponsored Andrea Williams, left, who is studying for the foundation degree in kitchen design at Buckinghamshire New University.

Williams – who funded herself through her first year – works at Design a Space, a Buckinghamshire-based kitchen showroom. “I am grateful to Acres Consultancy for their contribution,” she said. “Having completed the first year of the course, I am determined to complete it and fulfil my dream of becoming a kitchen designer. This financial contribution is a great help.”

She added: “I feel the course is giving me a comprehensive understanding of the industry, is broadening my product knowledge and is inspiring me to become a highly skilled designer.”

Acres Consultancy principle director Simon Acres said: “We are delighted to support Andrea with her degree. As a new business dedicated to training and education in the industry, we wanted to show our commitment to working with others that promote qualifications and training for our industry, as TKET do with Bucks University.”


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