Posted 4th July

Virtual Worlds reaches out to Bathstore designers

4th July 2019 - 07:00am
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CAD design software company Virtual Worlds has reached out to former Bathstore designers who have been affected by the collapse of the bathroom retailer to offer them free training on its 3D and 4D programmes.

The offer – open to the first 50 former Bathstore employees who contact Virtual Worlds managing director Nathan Maclean – will provide a foundation session on Virtual Worlds’ software. Bathstore employees can then go on to complete further training sessions at an exclusive 50% discounted rate.

“My best wishes go out to all Bathstore staff that will be feeling anxious about their future,” said Maclean. “This is a genuine offer of help that has the potential to go full circle to help our industry in all sorts of ways.

“Virtual Worlds has 70% market share in the independent bathroom showrooms. If you are wishing to stay in the industry as a designer, you are likely to be applying for a position with a Virtual Worlds retailer. Bathstore wasn’t using our system so training will be important.”

If you are a former Bathstore designer interested in Virtual Worlds’ training offer, get in touch with MD Nathan Maclean at

Read more: Wren Kitchens makes bid for Bathstore employees

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