Let’s face it, the kitchen industry doesn’t have the greatest reputation! People looking to invest in their home are naturally wary of who they’re dealing with and who they can trust to deliver a job well done
So why are we succeeding when many â€˜big ticketâ€™ retailers are struggling? As with most successful businesses itâ€™s about giving customers what they want at a price theyâ€™re prepared to pay for the quality and service offered. Our long experience told us that what potential clients wanted was to rely on a company that will take all the stress and hassle away from fitting their dream kitchen.
And, in a nutshell, thatâ€™s what we do really well! When you start to think about the complexity of fitting a new kitchen and all the trades that have to be managed to ensure it turns just the way youâ€™ve agreed with us, it can give all but the professional supplier sleepless nights!
With so many kitchen companies looking for business, no doubt all doing a job they love and are presumably good at, being successful in these difficult times means we have to bring something else to the proverbial party to win new clients.
As Iâ€™ve always saidâ€¦ Regular readers of our blog will know how passionate we are about being an independent fitted kitchen retailer and our feelings on the importance not only to the communities in which they operate but to the national economy too. And for the past few years it would be easy to think […]
You canâ€™t fail notice all the television advertising of new fitted kitchens currently taking place.Â As regular readers of our blogs know weâ€™re always happy when our larger competitors spend big promoting their kitchen offers.Â Why?Â Because advertising creates higher consumer awareness of the sector which potential customers then explore via search engines and find […]
Attending a business networking meeting recently the attendees were asked how many wrote blogs? Proudly I put up my hand and, of the few of us who had, I was asked why. Good question! Before being asked it I would have immediately answered â€˜it helps with search engine rankingsâ€™. Whilst true (it can help but […]
I read with interest that the perennial news story about credit and debit charges levied by businesses and, in particular the low cost airlines, has resurfacedÂ as the OFTâ€™s consultation on the issue comes to an end. This isnâ€™t the first time that the airlines have been criticised for their lack of transparency and fairness in […]