Hunter Joined the Hot Line Up of Bathroom and Kitchen Business Conference 2014

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Mat HunterThis Bathroom and Kitchen Business Conference 2014 will have really hot line up that will become the speaker in this event. Some of them are well-known with their experience in this industry. And, the good thing is the important person that will become speaker has been decided by chief design office of Design Council. Among the important person that joins the conference, one of most interesting name would be Mat Hunter.

Mat Hunter is the head of Design Challenges Programme organization. He said that there are many topics that he wants to share in this event. One of them is the challenges that will be faced by Bathroom Manufacturer Association (BMA). They have to deal with the change in society that will become great opportunities for their business. And that’s not all. There is also requirement that they must pay more attention, so, their product will be suitable with the conference’s theme, “Marketing the Future”. Hunter said that a bathroom and kitchen must have product that can provide everything that customer need as well as give them inspirational product. More than that, Hunter also said that people know more aware with the health and comfort of the kitchen and bathroom product. This is actually great spot to use. And, the increase of older customer is also one important thing that this industry must pay more attention. This can become great opportunities, but, on the other hand, it’s quite challenging to success in this customer group.

This conference itself will be held on 7th October. Hunter will join the other seven speakers that have been decided to speak in Heythrop Park, Oxfordshire. Yvonne Orgill, BMA Chief Executive was glad with this year line up, especially when Hunter was joining the speaker at this conference. With this year line up, she believes that this year there will be more people attend this conference than before.

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