Kbb design software specialist Virtual Worlds is reaching out to former Bathstore designers affected by the collapse of the retail chain, to offer them free training on its interactive 3D and 4D programmes.
With the first training session providing a foundation on Virtual Worlds market-leading software, former Bathstore employees can go on to complete further training sessions at an exclusive 50% discounted rate.
Reaching out on LinkedIn with the special Bathstore Retraining Offer, Virtual Worlds Managing Director Nathan Maclean said: “My best wishes go out to all Bathstore staff that will be feeling anxious about their future. This is a genuine offer of help that has the potential to go full circle to help our industry in all sorts of ways.
“Virtual Worlds has 70% market share in the independent bathroom showrooms. If you are wishing ot stay in the industry as a designer, you are likely to be applying for a position with a Virtual Worlds retailer. Bathstore wasn’t using our system so training will be important.”
The offer is open to the first 50 former Bathstore employees to contact Nathan.email@example.com
For more information on Virtual Worlds, please visit www.virtualworlds.co.uk
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About Virtual Worlds
Virtual Worlds is the UK market leader in innovation-led CAD technology for the kitchen, bedroom and bathroom (KBB) market. With 20 years in the industry, the company has broken boundaries in virtual technology innovation – being the first company to develop 3D design software for KBB retailers and, most recently, launch the first ever 4D offer.
Blurring the lines between virtual and reality, the 4D software produces a totally immersive experience for the buyer which allows them to experience a wide range of actions in a 4D realistic style walkthrough, including opening doors and turning on taps.
Virtual Worlds has also recently launched a new Augmented Reality app (AR app), this latest innovation enhances showroom displays and enables consumers to try before they buy.