Kitchen & Bath Design News
In This Issue: September 2005
Kitchen & Bath Design News is the industry's leading business, design and product resource for the kitchen and bath trade.
The Red Dot award is one of the most renowned competitions on the international design scene.
The Home Ventilating Institute (HVI) will conduct its 2005 Annual Meeting in Scottsdale, AZ.
Custom Cupboards has honored its top-performing salespeople for the company's fiscal year.
SICIS has opened an office in New York to serve the North American market.
Unilin Flooring is nearing completion of the first phase of construction on a 1.1-million-sq.-ft. manufacturing facility.
A series of three all-day seminars aimed at providing kitchen and bath dealers with successful business management, financial and merchandising strategies will be launched in 2005.
Delta Faucet Co. has launched an expanded print, television and internet advertising campaign.
The Decorative Plumbing & Hardware Association has published the 11th module in its Education Program.
If dealers compare the time it takes to sell appliances with the time it takes to create a kitchen design, and consider the control over the entire project it affords them, they will see that they can turn a better profit on appliances than they think.
Home Décor Products, based in Edison, NJ, has named Joseph Seibert as its COO.
Una Terra has been founded as the exclusive U.S. agent and importer for several tile manufacturers in Italy, Argentina and Venezuela.
The Bath Enclosure Manufacturers Association (BEMA) will conduct its 2005 Annual Meeting this month.
Paying yourself first ultimately allows you to hire support staff without breaking the bank, and frees more time for you to design, sell, market and consult without falling behind and losing prospects as your kitchen and bath firm grows.
Kitchen and bath designers look to the elements of the master suite to boost their business.
The Plumbing Manufacturers Institute (PMI)is celebrating its 30th anniversary next month as the Voice of the Plumbing Industry.
20-20 Technologies has recently acquired the BuildRite computer software program from Stiles Machinery.