The Bathroom Manufacturers Association – BMA – has added an afternoon-only option for delegates to attend the organisation’s design influences and trends panel at the 2019 Bathroom & Kitchen Business Conference, taking place on the 8th October at the Carden Park Hotel in Cheshire.
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The afternoon-only ticket gives delegates access to the presentation by headline speaker Cate Trotter, who is head of trends at Inside Trends and will talk about the criteria, trends and fashions that will influence the KBB sector in the future.
Trotter will also lead the panel discussion on design influences and trends, which will also include Kitchens Bedrooms & Bathrooms editor Lindsay Blair; Day True creative director Hayley Robson; AkzoNobel Dulux UK and Ireland creative director Marianne Shillingford.
“The experts we have brought together will provide a unique insight into the trends and design influences that matter and those that are likely to have most impact in the future,” said BMA CEO designate Tom Reynolds.
“We hope our option of an afternoon ticket will help retailers and others that don’t have time to participate in the full conference to benefit from this unique opportunity.”