MHK-UK has extended its invitation to its 2022 inaugural conference and AGM, which is being sponsored by appliance brand ASKO, to non-members as well as members. The event, which is being held on the 11th November at the British Motor Museum in Warwick, was originally only open to MHK-UK retail and supply partners. However, after news of the forthcoming event was first published, considerable interest in becoming a MHK-UK retail partner and attending the AGM has been expressed from both ‘start-ups’ and established kitchen showrooms.
“We believe that the UK management team being present to answer all their questions, combined with the chance to hear unbiased, third party opinion from existing retail trade partners, regarding the many benefits of membership, is seen as too good an opportunity to miss,” said David Morris, MHK-UK’s national sales manager.
He added: “Over recent months, much has been written about the many benefits of becoming a retail partner. Not just about our ever expanding product portfolio and instant credit terms, but also, our unique marketing support tools and loyalty bonus structure, facilitated through our incentivised – supply partners. Savvy retailers, whether they’re new to the trade or long established, understand that the ability to maintain excellent cash-flow and to attract qualified sales leads is of equal importance as product flexibility and supply; knowledge is spreading fast that with MHK-UK they can achieve all of this and much more besides.”
The event, which will have a relaxed but structured feel to it, starts 12pm on 11th November and finishes with guest speaker Adrian Webster – author of Tiny Noticeable Things – followed by a dinner and the option to stay over at the Crowne Plaza hotel in nearby Stratford-upon-Avon.
All MHK-UK management will be present at the event, to include David Morris, as well as national sales director Paul Wheeler and MD Marcel Crezee. MHK Group’s CEO Werner Heilos, and board member Dr Olaf Hoppelshauser, will also be in attendance.