Territory Manager Furniture Manufacturer East Midlands and East Anglia
Sales Representative required for Mid-range fabric upholstery
Whitemeadow, one of the leading upholstery manufacturers in the UK are looking to strengthen their Sales Management team.
An opportunity to continue the good work in these established areas has unexpectedly arisen.
Highgrove is one of the UK’s fastest growing bed brands and has recently expanded its operations with a move to a new 250,000 sq ft manufacturing plant in Liversedge, West Yorkshire.
We are looking to recruit the commission agents who are dynamic and passionate and have an attitude and desire to join us at the very beginning of our venture.
Furniture To Go requires agents for all areas of the UK and IRELAND
Leading Spanish sofa manufacturer now recruiting agents for all areas of the UK and Ireland.
Indus Valley are looking for Sales agents
Leading manufacturer of ceramic top design tables looking for agents for all areas of UK and Ireland.
We are looking for enthusiastic regional sales agents who can effectively promote our new brands such as Healththerapy and Sleepking
A Sales Agent is required in Yorkshire
We are looking for some independant sales agents in the following areas: South East England, South West England, Midlands, North of England, Scotland
To ensure you have the best team to sell your latest ranges.
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Mattresses, upholstery and bedroom furniture all reported an import growth during December, whilst floorcoverings, office and kitchen furniture saw a monthly decline.
The British Furniture Manufacturers (BFM) has revealed that UK furniture manufacturers face ‘serious resource problems’ if restrictions are placed on the movement of labour to the UK from other EU countries.
Two furniture retailers have agreed to take on units at a new development in Leicester.
Soft furnishings supplier Cleland McIver has reported a fourth consecutive year of turnover growth, as profit also continued to rise.
Welsh furniture firm The Place for Homes has donated £30,000 worth of furniture to support people who have been homeless.
Liquidator’s of interior design firm Interior Supply Limited has reported that creditors face a shortfall of more than £669,000.
Furniture retail sales fell into negative territory during January for the first time in six months.