Bernard Eaton of Greenwood Retail presents seven ways to market and promote your business at no or very little cost.
One of the newest sofa companies in the UK, ICD learnt a lot during its first year in business, leaving the team in a confident position with regards to what 2017 has in store. Cabinet Maker spoke to managing director Hans Thorn about the brand’s plans for the January Furniture ...
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Cabinet Maker catches up with the winners of the latest Heico Design Awards, a concept now in its eighth year.
Cabinet Maker catches up with German bedroom manufacturer Wiemann to find out about the importance of design when it comes to bedroom furniture and get an insight into some of the hottest trends in this area.
ACID CEO Dids Macdonald tells Cabinet Maker how the organisation outlined to Westminster a call to action from the furniture sector.
Stephen Sidkin and Emma Roake from Fox Williams LLP explain why it could cost you dearly.
Andrew Potter, owner at Production Consultancy Services Ltd discusses the industry’s current skills shortage and offers some advice for businesses when it comes to recruitment and training.
Lisa Williamson, operations manager at Occupational Awards Ltd offers some guidance on the upcoming Apprenticeship Levy and what it means when it comes to training in the furniture industry.
According to the latest statistics released by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE), 2015/16 saw some 30.4 million working days lost due to work-related illness and non-fatal workplace injuries. Here Cabinet Maker takes a look at the data and details some best practice when it comes to mattress production.
The start of the year and the ever-present exhibition season has brought about a plethora of product developments to tempt awaiting buying groups. But of course, the people responsible for these products are every bit as important when buyers make their decisions. Here we find out more about just one ...
In the first of a series of marketing advisory columns, Natasha Wright, managing director of Wyldfire PR and Marketing, itertates why it is more important than ever that independent retailers re-evaluate their marketing strategies.
In the first of a series of exclusive columns James Wilson, aka The Sleep Geek, asks why, as an industry, we are not building a more trusting relationship with the consumer.
When it comes to the trade, partnerships can be crucial to the success of any business. Here we detail the top requirements that retailers of beds have told us they look for when sourcing potential supplier partners.
A look ahead to the upcoming Ambiente exhibition in Frankfurt – which this year will have something of a British feel.