Furniture News: Contemporary & Classic Furniture Trade Magazine UK

  • A guide to the UK furniture exhibitions of 2015

    A guide to the UK furniture exhibitions of 2015

    If you’re looking for a quick summary of the UK’s furniture and furnishings trade buying events in 2015, you’ve come to the right place! Here's Furniture News' annual summary of the UK exhibitions calendar

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  • Winners of The Furniture Awards 2015 announced

    Winners of The Furniture Awards 2015 announced

    The winners of the inaugural edition of The Furniture Awards, a programme designed to recognise the best in new product unveiled at the January Furniture Show, have been decided

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  • Read the January issue today!

    Read the January issue today!

    Your essential 2015 industry guide is here! Read the January issue of Furniture News for free, right here

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  • Pasquale Natuzzi on the brand’s renaissance

    Pasquale Natuzzi on the brand’s renaissance

    2014 was a busy year for Natuzzi. Paul Farley had the opportunity to sit down with the company’s founder, Pasquale Natuzzi, at Brussels Furniture Fair, to discover the thoughts behind these developments from the man at the top

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  • Back to (bed) school

    Back to (bed) school

    When The Sleep Council launched the Sales Academy – a modular online course designed to develop the retail skills of shopfloor salespeople working in the bed sector – Paul Farley decided that the only way to fully appreciate the course would be to enrol on it himself

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  • Going supernova – Novamobili hits the UK

    Going supernova – Novamobili hits the UK

    If an item of furniture is designed and made in Italy, there’s a good chance it will command a premium price. A long history of craftsmanship and fine design makes much Italian product something to aspire to – and the introduction of Novamobili to the UK market makes promises to make the consumer’s dream a reality

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  • Working with agents and distributors

    Working with agents and distributors

    The benefits of using agents or distributors are well known – not least in respect of agents who the principal can avoid paying employment tax (employer’s NIC), says Stephen Sidkin. But it is also necessary to recognise that agents – and to some extent distributors – do have special legal rights, and that these need to be limited

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  • A labour of love from Collins and Hayes

    A labour of love from Collins and Hayes

    Prior to the unveiling of a new profile for Collins and Hayes at the January Furniture Show, Paul Farley took the chance to discover first-hand why retailers will be falling in love with the brand all over again

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  • Positive start to The January Furniture Show

    Positive start to The January Furniture Show

    The January Furniture Show Was kicked off earlier this morning with MP Stephen McPartland cutting the ribbon to open the revitalised event run by a 'new' team with decades of furniture industry event management experience - and how it shows...

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