In Depth

How to make sustainability business as usual

Ian Moverley, public affairs director, Whirlpool UK Appliances, gives insight into the company’s sustainability strategy and why it’s encouraging retailers to take a ‘greener’ approach to business [4-6-2021]

Retailers, consumers and water efficiency

Julie Spinks, managing director of Water Regs UK, explains how retailers can include water efficiency on the list of customer priorities when it comes to upgrading their kitchens and bathrooms. [3-6-2021]

How to join the race to net zero

The deadline for net zero carbon emissions has been set by the UK Government for 2050, but what does that mean for you and your business? And how do you get on the path to achieve it? [3-6-2021]

Ethical entrepreneurialism

Sally Cutchie, marketing manager at BC Designs, explains why retailers can benefit from becoming more environmentally friendly and how manufacturers have a huge part to play in helping them achieve this. [2-6-2021]

Why going green is good for business

Helen Lord, founder of The Used Kitchen Exchange (TUKE) explains why retailers must act now to benefit from changing consumer attitudes towards sustainability and the environment. [2-6-2021]

Tom Howley Hartford

How covid has changed design

The coronavirus pandemic has changed every part of life, but how has it changed the face of kitchen and bathroom design? [28-4-2021]

Dave Barber

Ideal Standard: A time for change

For Ideal Standard International the pandemic was a catalyst for reflection. MD Dave Barber talks to kbbreview about the latest developments at the brand. [15-4-2021]