Kbsa kickstarts New Year with more members

Trade association the Kbsa has kickstarted the New Year with four kbb retail businessses becoming members.

07 Jan, 21

Trade association the Kbsa has kickstarted the New Year with four kbb retail businessses becoming members.

Kbsa kickstarts New Year with more members

Matthew and Tracey Bond of Kitchen Culture, which has just joined trade association the Kbsa

 

The members are located throughout the UK and include; Aspire Trade Kitchens in Glasgow, St. Neots Interiors Limited in Cambridgeshire, Alexander with showrooms in Worthing and Horsham, plus Kitchen Culture in Kent.

They add to the brace of Scottish retailers who have recently joined the Kbsa and six members who joined the association at the end of last year.

Managing director at Kitchen Culture Tracey Bond said: “We will have access to some great business support benefits from the Kbsa but for us it is all about the community, having the opportunity to improve, grow and learn alongside other like-minded businesses.

“We are thrilled to be part of something that helps independent retailers work together, especially during these challenging times.”

National chair of the Kbsa Richard Hibbert added: “I am delighted to welcome these four new members into the association.

“2021 promises to be just as challenging as last year and we remain committed to work with government on behalf of the sector, and provide members with invaluable support and business services, helping retailers be stronger together.”