HiB is proud to be supporting bathroom retailers across the UK, by sponsoring a category in this year’s BKU Awards.
The company has sponsored the New Bathroom Retailer of the Year Award, which recognises the achievements of new businesses in the industry. It is the second year that HiB has supported the category, which is fiercely competitive and features a number of worthy winners in the running.
Last year, DNA Bathrooms was named as the winners of the New Bathroom Retailer Award, with HiB Managing Director Robert Ginsberg making the announcement during an awards ceremony that was broadcasted online.
During the event, HiB was also crowned as the winner of the Best Accessory Brand, having received the highest number of votes from others across the industry.
This year, HiB has been nominated for the Best Furniture Brand and Best Accessory Brand categories and voting is open now.
To vote for your chosen winners in each category, visit https://bkuawards.co.uk/vote/
Voting closes on Friday 30th July, with this year’s event taking place at ceremony in London on Friday 19th November.
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