Posted 8th May

Häfele unveils shortlist for fifth annual Studio Partner Awards

By KBBDaily on 8th May 2019 - 13:31pm
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Furniture fittings manufacturer Häfele has revealed the shortlist for its fifth annual Studio Partner Awards, taking place in June at Scotland’s iconic Gleneagles Hotel.

The awards – designed to mark the achievements of Häfele’s 200-strong network of Studio Partners – is comprised of six categories, namely Best Customer Service, Best Use of Digital Media, Kitchen Design of the Year, Best Showroom Experience, Studio Partner of the Year and Best Success Story.

“Here at Häfele we are passionate about combining top-quality products with outstanding customer service and we handpick our Studio Partners based on their shared commitment to these values,” said Häfele marketing manager Robyn Berry.

“Our Studio Partner Awards are the perfect opportunity to celebrate our partners’ exceptional achievements and to thank them for their continued dedication to excellence. The standard of entries this year has been particularly high and deciding upon the final shortlists hasn’t been an easy task!”

Berry added: “We’d like to say a huge congratulations to all those who made the selection in what has been an outstanding year.”

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Read more: Häfele to exhibit at Interzum 2019


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