Kbb Birmingham 2024

Kbb Birmingham 2024, held at the NEC in early March, witnessed an impressive surge in attendance. It marked the highest visitor turnout in a decade, with over 17,150 visitors, including 7,000 retailers. 

Boasting a lineup of over 320 exhibitors spanning 26 categories, the four-day event showcased a varied display of the latest industry innovations.

Diane Larner was present at the show and has compiled six inspiring highlights from the event.

T O P   P I C K S     From Kbb Birmingham 2024

Jon Johnston, Kbb sales director

Kitchens_Review_Jon Johnston

“We would like to thank all our colleagues in the KBB industry who have made this year’s event such a success. The show has reached new heights with a broader range of exhibitors than ever before, who have presented innovative, multi-faceted stands, appealing to a wide reach of audiences across different sectors.

“We are delighted by the positive feedback we’ve had from visitors and exhibitors alike.” commented Jon Johnston, Kbb sales director.

Lee Harris, head of UK sales, Rangemaster

Lee Harris Rangemaster

“This year was the first time Rangemaster exhibited at Kbb Birmingham in a decade, there was a real buzz about the show, and we are delighted with the response and positive feedback from visitors. It provided us with the perfect opportunity to showcase our new branding and logo, as well as the brand-new range of cooking, sink and tap products.

“It was a successful show for Rangemaster, our trade partners saw the result of the multi-million-pound investment into our Leamington Spa factory, alongside the new products and colours we’re bringing to market.”