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BHETA forum targets home improvement suppliers

Published: 8 September 2017 - Se Deane

BHETA’s next networking forum is to feature guest speakers from Selco, ManoMano and Stax, guaranteeing an informative, practical and up to the minute agenda.  Head of retail at KPMG Paul Martin will deliver the latest view on the economic situation as it affects the home improvement industry.  The forum takes place on September 26 at Federation House.

Selco Builders Warehouse finance director Rob Brewill will talk about the company’s plans and joined by country manager Nils Kernchen of ManoMano, now stockist of 177,000 products online. Stax joint MD David Hibbert will be outlining supplier opportunities with independent retailers and professional users throughout the UK.

“This line up of speakers will provide an excellent chance for suppliers to hear the latest news from three very different routes to market and to understand the opportunities with each,” said BHETA’s home improvement sector director Paul Grinsell. “The event will start at 10.00am with registration from 9.15am and include a networking lunch.

 

 

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