Throughout the first three days of UK Construction Week, visitors to the Kitchens & Bathrooms Hub will benefit from a comprehensive schedule of workshops, panel discussions and debates, focusing on key issues facing the kitchens and bathrooms sector.
SBID is the leading professional accrediting organisation for the interior design industry in the UK, and the sole British representative to the European Council of Interior Architects (ECIA).
The organisation will be taking an active role in shaping the seminar and professional development content at the show, providing valuable guidance on the latest trends, courses and events to visitors.
In particular, SBID will host the Global Bathroom Design Workshop on day on of the event, which will take a closer look at worldwide trends with input from leading design professionals.
Vanessa Brady OBE, president of SBID commented: This is a fantastic opportunity to bring together designers and manufacturers from around the world to explore the exciting and creative developments taking place in the sector currently.
The workshop format will allow us to really engage with the audience and we hope it will provide a valuable space for sharing ideas and inspiration with our industry colleagues.
Richard Morey, Group Events Director at Media 10, the event company producing UK Construction Week, added: The SBID are a welcomed supporter of Kitchens & Bathrooms Live and will play a pivotal role in curating the seminar content.
Our aim for the show is to create a useful and informative event that will challenge, educate and inspire visitors in equal measure.
Media 10 Limited,
151 High Road,
Phone: 020 3225 5200
Fax: 020 3225 5202
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