WEEKLY John Sales; new showroom for furniture maker; Orgatec visitor numbers, and new merchandising rollout for JYSK

CASH raised will be used to support university and college students

ukFurnitureManufacturingSURVEY and export event shine light on the needs of UK furniture makers, half of which have designs on sending more goods overseas

RIGHTS issue at retailer, HSL joins TFO and Heico wins its second FIRA Gold award; Annual agentlaw seminar

michaelTylerThMODERN sofa maker to end near two-decade absence from UK's largest furniture exhibition

AWARD wins for Leekes and Godfrey Syrett; John Lewis weekly sales, new store for Sharps, and new sales director at upholstery company

STEINHOFF Australian acquisition; Contract wins for Godfrey Syrett; New member for TFO; Young Furniture Makers exhibition

cabinetFREIGHT rates pushed higher, but are already at historic lows, say Far East furniture stakeholders, who are more concerned about sterling devaluation

SUCCESSFULLY completed London to Bordeaux ride

robertMaskCardiffINFLUENTIAL furniture retailer and philanthropist Robert Maskrey OBE has died following a short illness. He was 76 years old.

INDUSTRY charity The Furniture Makers’ Company is to host a Christmas Ball fundraiser.

HOME and gift trade show Autumn Fair opened its doors for its 2016 edition at the NEC, Birmingham yesterday.

EVENT already 90 percent full, say organisers

MORE than half of all consumer furniture disputes with retailers relate to upholstery, according to figures compiled by The Furniture Ombudsman.

DFS founder takes over from Tony Attard OBE

cabinetWarehousingTHE VALUE of bedroom cabinet imports into Britain climbed at its fastest rate so far this year in June as overall case goods shipments advanced.

manchesterFurnitureShowORGANISERS say over half of the exhibition space for the 2017 edition of the Manchester Furniture Show has already been secured.

manchesterFurnitureShowTHE Manchester Furniture Show opens its doors later this morning (Sunday) for its 2016 edition with approaching 150 exhibitors spanning international and UK suppliers.

STERLING’S fall against the dollar and euro could see furniture prices rise by as much as 12 percent, the UK’s lead trade association for furniture manufacturers has warned.

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