Episode 4 – Ripples and the BiKBBI

It’s episode 4 of this ongoing series looking at how the kitchen and bathroom sector is dealing with the coronavirus situation.

Today kbbreview managing editor Andy Davies is in his loft talking to Paul Crow, the managing director of Ripples – how is he helping his franchisees through this period?

And, one of the big debates at the moment is what to do about fitters still in people’s home finishing jobs – so we’ve got Damian Walters, the CEO of the British Institute of Kitchen, Bedroom and Bathroom Installation (BiKBBI) to fill us in on his guidelines and advice.

As always, we’d really like to hear from you, we want to know how you’re coping and if you’ve got any nuggets of advice or creative ideas to keep on going through this really difficult time. Many of you have already been in touch and we’re actually going to get some of you on the podcast in coming episodes.

Find Andy on LinkedIn as ‘Andrew Davies’ at Taylist Media or email him direct [email protected]

You can download your free digital issues of Kitchens Bedrooms & Bathrooms by downloading the app on your tablet or by following this link:

You can find Paul Crow on LinkedIn and find out more about Ripples at https://www.ripplesbathrooms.com/

And you can also find Damian on LinkedIn and find out more about the BiKBBI at https://www.bikbbi.org.uk/

Deserted Kitchen Island Discs choice:

Paul’s Deserted Island Disc choice was Adventure of a Lifetime by Coldplay: https://youtu.be/QtXby3twMmI

Damian’s Deserted Kitchen Island Disc choice was Somebody Else’s Guy by Jocelyn Brown: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgfXYv4OxbM

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