Informa Markets, the organisers of KBB Birmingham, have confirmed that Europe’s largest dedicated kitchens, bathrooms and bedrooms exhibition is set to return from 6th - 9th March 2022. Taking place at the NEC, KBB Birmingham will feature over 300 exhibitors across 26 different product categories, featuring the latest innovations and design. The biennial event expects to see an audience of over 15,000 visitors over the four days, attracting senior decision makers from the residential, retail and contract sector.
Exhibitors already confirmed include Quooker, Caple, Electrolux, Davroc and Caesarstone, as well as a number of up-and-coming brands in the sector. Many exhibitors will be offering visitors to the show a first look at their latest product launches – to view the latest exhibitor list click here.
KBB Birmingham sales director Jon Johnston said: “We are looking forward to reuniting the KBB industry for four days of unrivalled networking and specifying. For many of our exhibitors this will be the first opportunity they’ve had to showcase their latest products and services, following an unprecedented two years. KBB Birmingham offers an unbeatable opportunity for our community to meet in-person with valued partners, colleagues and visitors – we can’t wait to welcome everyone back.”
Informa Markets revealed that new COVID-secure measures will be in place to keep visitors and exhibitors safe during their time at the show. All aisles have been widened to 4metres across the show floor to allow for easier density management and physical distancing, should this be recommended by local government at the time of the show. Additionally, physical visitor and exhibitor badges will be replaced by digital badges that can be accessed on any smart phone. All visitors will be encouraged to register online rather than registering when they arrive at the event.
"Our Informa AllSecure guidelines ensure enhanced health and safety standards. Whether they are exhibitors, visitors, speakers or sponsors, we want all our customers to come to KBB Birmingham to connect, learn and do business, safely and with confidence,” said Johnston.