Online electrical giant AO becomes BiKBBI corporate sponsor

IndustryNews Tue 15th Dec 2020 by Emma Hedges

Online electrical giant AO becomes BiKBBI corporate sponsor

Online electrical giant AO becomes BiKBBI corporate sponsor



The British Institute of Kitchen, Bedroom & Bathroom Installation (BiKBBI) has welcomed electrical retailer AO as the latest sponsor of the Government-sanctioned institute.

Operating across the UK and Germany, AO has over 20 years’ experience selling, delivering, and installing household appliances for the public, as well as offering its unique proposition to B2B clients through AO Business. The BiKBBI said that AO’s sponsorship is set to play an integral role in the support of the institute’s objectives, including the development of industry apprenticeships – something the organisation is going to be focussing on over the next three years.

Anthony Sant, MD at AO Business, pictured, said: “We’re so proud to have come on board as a sponsor of the British Institute of KBB Installation. At AO Business, we offer a unique proposition to customers, with our trained delivery fleet equipped to install any appliance we sell into customers’ homes. Whether we’re delivering to a vulnerable customer through our supported living team, or installing hundreds of appliances into new-build homes with our housebuilder team, we truly understand the art of installation. Our proposition ensures all deliveries are hassle-free for customers, and we’ll even remove old appliances for safe recycling at AO’s plant in Telford!”

BiKBBI chief executive Damian Walters said: “We’re working with some amazing businesses and we’re proud that leading brands continue to support our objectives via corporate sponsorship. AO is another example of a robust, reputable industry-relevant business that understands the importance of installation, and the work we do to make the industry a better place for all stakeholders. I am bowled over by AO’s support and I welcome them into the BiKBBI family with open arms!”

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