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Another KBIS Has Come and Gone...

Jan 26, 2018 10:31:32 AM

KBIS 2018 was a great success with an estimated increase in attendance, a definite increase in square footage, and over 600 exhibitors! The SEN Team was in full force both walking the show and presenting sessions during Voices From The Industry. 

Many SEN Vendor Partners exhibited this year, showcasing new displays, innovative products, and classic favorites.

This shoe storage solution from Hardware Resources is just one of the many practical products from the brand. The versatile rotating system allows any shoe lover to have easy access to each and every pair! A    definite win in our book.

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Another must-have for an organized room is this jewelry display from Task Lighting. Sliding panels and LED illumination allow for quick selection when choosing the right accessory.

Traditionally known for its decorative hardware, Richelieu expanded its offering and showcased new wine storage options at the show this year with a design to fit virtually any space!

On the cabinetry front, SEN Vendor Partners CWP and JSI knocked it out of the park with displays of the new Serenade Cabinetry line and Dover, respectively.

And, of course, as you’ve likely heard by now, the Fabuwood booth was a show stopper. With new branding, a well-designed booth, and gorgeous displays, Fabuwood was a well deserved winner of the 2018 KBIS Best Booth award! Oh and did you see the HUGE cabinet that was on display?!

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We are so proud of each and every Vendor Partner that exhibited this year and cannot wait to see what next year has in store.

The Voices From the Industry portion of the show was a great success as well with over 100 educational sessions, and 3 presented by SEN Team Members.

Ken Peterson, CKD shared his expertise while presenting “Top 10 Best Practices to Make Your Business Stronger." 

John Lang, LPBC spoke to designers with his session titled “Your Most Effective Display or Less.” And Dan Luck rounded out the SEN Education with a presentation on truly making more money with “Don’t Give it Away: Focus on Gross Profit Dollars per Job.”

If you’d like more information on any of the three SEN sessions, just let us know.

We had a great time in Orlando this year and enjoyed seeing so many familiar faces. We’ll see you in Vegas next year! 

Becky Wiedemann

Written by Becky Wiedemann