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Global DIY report available from BHETA

Published: 22 January 2020 - John King

The latest Fediyma Global DIY Report is now available and provides insights into the export market potential of 53 different countries. The report is available to BHETA members at a substantial discount. 

Normally costing £790, it is on offer at a special rate of £350.

While headlining the DIY sector, the content of the Global DIY Report extends across the home improvement and home enhancement industries, providing information and opportunity for all BHETA members. The report details the size of the economy in each highlighted country and the size of the market for home improvement and home enhancement products, as well as identifying the top retailers in each territory.

Commenting on the report’s value to BHETA members, Joe Denham, CEO VegTrug Limited, and a member of the BHETA Export Committee, said: “The Global DIY Report is an excellent source of up to date information for anyone looking to export. It easily presents information on markets and key retailers in over 50 counties and even tells you their growth rates.  

"Available through BHETA at a significantly lower price, we have found this to be an essential go-to document when planning our exports. It is excellent value for money.”

 

To purchase the report, contact BHETA member services on 0121 237 1130 or www.bheta.co.uk/export or nab@heta.co.uk. 

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