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New issue of DIY Week Out Now!

Published: 13 July 2022 - Neil Mead

Don't miss the latest issue of DIY Week which includes a special DIY Week Awards supplement that features all of this year's winning entries.

There are also features on Merchandising & Point of Sale, Safety & Security, Outdoor Living, Supply Chains, and Renewables & Sustainability, not to mention a report from this year's Global DIY Summit in Copenhagen, plus all the latest industry news, views and comments.

You can read the latest issue online by simply by clicking on this link: Read now!

About DIY Week

DIY Week is the information source for everyone in the home improvement market: retailers, wholesalers, distributors and manufacturers.

For over 140 years, DIY Week has been the most authoritative and trusted information source for the home improvement market. Published 12 times a year, DIY Week delivers more market news, product news and news analysis than any other publication in this field.

For our retailer readers, DIY Week tells them what’s happening in their industry and delivers sector-specific features and range reviews aimed at key market sectors, highlighting sales trends, product development and market opportunities.


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