Furniture Journal

Welcome to Furniture Journal, the market-leading bi-monthly reference magazine for the British furniture industry professional. First published in 1993, Furniture Journal provides furniture manufacturers, cabinet-makers and furniture component manufacturers with valuable information on new sources of supply from the machinery, décors, materials, hardware and components sectors.

Are you looking for CNC machining centres, saws, routers, edgebanders and other woodworking machinery, tooling, dust extraction or handling equipment? Do you need a new supplier of decorative surfaces, materials and components, doors, panels, hinges or slides? Do you want to know about the latest products on show at international exhibitions around Europe? Furniture Journal is the magazine you need.

For suppliers to the manufacturing sector, Furniture Journal provides a direct route to the most concentrated and carefully-researched database of key buyers in the UK. That’s why each issue is crammed with big name advertisers and specialist suppliers from around the world. They know there is no better way to reach the UK market. They know they can trust Furniture Journal’s experience, reputation for quality, market knowledge and contacts to help them succeed in the UK. And they know the quality of Furniture Journal’s presentation will do justice to their products and services.

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EGGER Supports Kitchen Designer Of Tomorrow

November 15, 2017

A 17-year-old from Bury St Edmunds is pursuing his dream of becoming a kitchen designer after landing this year’s EGGER UK bursary and a place on an award-winning university degree course.
Stan Shaw is installations and accounts manager at Suffolk-based Kitchenology Ltd, a family-owned retailer that operates across the whole of East Anglia.

For the next three years, he will study for the part-time Foundation Degree in Kitchen Design at Buckinghamshire New University – now in its fourth year. As well as attending residential sessions three times a year, students participate via online learning in regular tutorials and lecture presentations.

In conjunction with TKET – The Kitchen Education Trust – the course aims to produce informed and creative designers with better design skills, product knowledge and understanding of the industry.
It covers materials, technology, business, sales & marketing, history, psychology, manufacturing and project management as well as design – with TKET members across the KBB sector involved as visiting lecturers and mentors.

The opportunity of a lifetime

“I’ve been working for the family-owned business Kitchenology now for almost a year, which might not sound a lot – but it is for a 17-year-old,” said Stan.“I manage ordering and installations, enjoy the high-pressure environment and thanks to colleagues am constantly absorbing information and facing new challenges.“Getting a place on this course is the opportunity of a lifetime – and working with people like world-renowned designer Johnny Grey, TKET chairman Craig Matson of Roundhouse Design and a talented group of lecturers and tutors will help me to be the best I can be.

“I’m really grateful to EGGER for sponsoring me, and making this investment in my exciting career choice – in a fast-moving sector that continues to grow.”

Nick McClughin, head of marketing at EGGER – Europe’s largest manufacturer of laminates and wood-based panels for the KBB sector – added: “We’ve been supporters of TKET since the start and are proud of the small part we are playing in helping to shape the future of our industry.

“Stan is an intelligent and thoughtful young man and a worthy recipient of our financial assistance. I believe he has a bright future ahead of him and will hopefully find inspiration for his future design activities within our product range!”

Note to editors: The Kitchen Education Trust is a registered charity that provides a link between the kitchen industry and higher education, acting as an intermediary for the kitchen sector in the award of scholarships to successful applicants to attend the Foundation Degree in Kitchen Design at Buckinghamshire New University. TKET provides the kitchen industry with a formal platform to assist with the FdA degree, helping to shape the course content via the University’s Advisory Panel.

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