KBSA ends 2019 with four extra members

Strengthening association with retail and corporate members

02 Jan, 20

Trade association the Kbsa ended 2019 with the addition of four new members, two retail and two corporate.

KBSA ends 2019 with four extra members


The retail members include Ascot Bespoke Kitchens from Derby and Cloisters Design Limited from Hemel Hempstead.

The corporate members are Flo Marketing Limited, based in Solihull, and Italian Luxury Surfaces Limited in Berkshire.

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Ascot Bespoke Kitchens has over 40 years’ experience in the design and supply of bespoke kitchens and has its own on-site manufacturing facility.

Now in its fourth generation, Cloisters Design is a family-run business with over 70 years’ experience.

It specialises in fitted furniture but also makes freestanding furniture for any room in the home.

Director at Ascot Bespoke Kitchens Ian Pipes said: “We decided to invest in Kbsa membership because we believe that our customers will welcome the added reassurance of the consumer protection options.

“We will also benefit from the extensive legal support services and networking opportunities with other retailers.”

Flo Marketing provides marketing solutions to kitchen and bathroom retailers and offers a range of online and offline marketing services  to boost brand awareness and generate qualified leads.

Italian Luxury Surfaces source their materials from across the globe before processing into finished slabs using the latest multi-wire and resin technology, ready for shipping to the UK market.

It follows on from the addition of four retail members in May 2019.

National account manager of the Kbsa Allister Reed commented: “We are delighted to finish the year with more new members.

“Our continued drive to deliver value and benefits for both retail and corporate members has helped us boost membership in 2019, a trend which we hope to continue in 2020.”