Polls predict a ‘huge success’ for KBB

Published:  07 December, 2009

BIRMINGHAM: Two recent polls conducted by UBM Live, the organisers of KBB Birmingham, indicate that next year's event is likely to be a ‘huge success’.

Of the 1242 people polled, 81% said they would be attending the show that takes place at the NEC Birmingham on 21 24 March 2010.

"The kbb Birmingham polls results are a vote of confidence in the exhibition," said event director Andrew Vaughan.

"They underline the show's importance to the kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms community as a not-to-be missed event of the industry.

"This view is supported by over 200 suppliers who have already booked space at the show including Twyford, Allied Kingswood, Galassia, Staron UK and Damixa who signed up in the last few days."

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