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Minerva updates name to reflect activities

The name of the Minerva Furnishers Guild has been changed to Minerva Furniture Group, in a move to better reflect the buying groups modern offer. Roy Beagent, group business banager, says: “We decided it was time to update our name to reflect our changing membership and product offering....


Why furniture retailers choose Woodman Chairs

Success in today’s market is all about choice, says Peter Woodman, founder of dining chair wholesaler and manufacturer Woodman Chairs. “One of the main reasons people come to us is because of the choice we offer – they simply can’t access such variety anywhere else,” he says. “And this is happening more and more, because the consumer wants choice – they want something different, and they are willing to pay for it.”...


The price is right?

In February last year, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) upheld a complaint of misleading pricing made by Carpetright against ScS, and ruled that the MRP prices on some of the carpets advertised on its website – against which savings claims such as ‘40% off’ were made – were not accurate, and could not be substantiated. We asked a few members of our retailer panel how integral sales were to their business, and how the regulations surrounding reference pricing influence which products the...


Industry association delivers latest standards updates

The Furniture Industry Research Association has published its latest Quarterly Standards Update, which is available to all members of the association. The update confirms the publication of new guidance suitable for designers and manufacturers to assess any inherent risk within their products and is intended to address the common risks posed by items of furniture to users, in particular adults and children over 36 months. ...


Retail start-up secures digital mentoring

Home furnishings start-up, Stitched, has successfully pitched to secure mentoring from digital marketing agency Pack. The pitch took place as part of the package made available by London Business School’s incubator programme. Stitched and Pack will work together for a minimum of six months....


How to create a genuinely ethical brand

The number of brands describing themselves as ethical or sustainable is growing, alongside the proportion of consumers that prioritise ethics and sustainability when choosing to buy from a brand – but how can a brand ensure it is genuinely ethical Gus Bartholomew investigates … With terms like sustainable, conscious, responsible, transparent and organic often being used interchangeably, it can be confusing to know which term is right – but ethical practice looks different for every brand....


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Minerva updates name to reflect activities

The name of the Minerva Furnishers Guild has been changed to Minerva Furniture Group, in a move to better reflect the buying groups modern offer. Roy Beagent, group business banager, says: “We decided it was time to update our name to reflect our changing membership and product offering....


Why furniture retailers choose Woodman Chairs

Success in today’s market is all about choice, says Peter Woodman, founder of dining chair wholesaler and manufacturer Woodman Chairs. “One of the main reasons people come to us is because of the choice we offer – they simply can’t access such variety anywhere else,” he says. “And this is happening more and more, because the consumer wants choice – they want something different, and they are willing to pay for it.”...


The price is right?

In February last year, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) upheld a complaint of misleading pricing made by Carpetright against ScS, and ruled that the MRP prices on some of the carpets advertised on its website – against which savings claims such as ‘40% off’ were made – were not accurate, and could not be substantiated. We asked a few members of our retailer panel how integral sales were to their business, and how the regulations surrounding reference pricing influence which products the...


Industry association delivers latest standards updates

The Furniture Industry Research Association has published its latest Quarterly Standards Update, which is available to all members of the association. The update confirms the publication of new guidance suitable for designers and manufacturers to assess any inherent risk within their products and is intended to address the common risks posed by items of furniture to users, in particular adults and children over 36 months. ...


Retail start-up secures digital mentoring

Home furnishings start-up, Stitched, has successfully pitched to secure mentoring from digital marketing agency Pack. The pitch took place as part of the package made available by London Business School’s incubator programme. Stitched and Pack will work together for a minimum of six months....


How to create a genuinely ethical brand

The number of brands describing themselves as ethical or sustainable is growing, alongside the proportion of consumers that prioritise ethics and sustainability when choosing to buy from a brand – but how can a brand ensure it is genuinely ethical Gus Bartholomew investigates … With terms like sustainable, conscious, responsible, transparent and organic often being used interchangeably, it can be confusing to know which term is right – but ethical practice looks different for every brand....


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