SycamoreLED supports installation

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The British Institute of Kitchen, Bedroom and Bathroom Installation (BiKBBI) is pleased to confirm, manufacturer and supplier of LED lighting to the KBB and lighting sectors, as the latest brand to become a corporate sponsor of the government sanctioned organisation, supporting BiKBBI’s work to drive positive change and build a sustainable, professional future workforce.

Established in 1998, the Leeds-based business has built a strong reputation for its customer service and innovative products during its history, with major investment in new technologies, personnel, and state of the art testing and training facilities. This approach has enabled the brand to cross over into different market sectors, whilst maintaining its status as a major manufacturer and supplier of high-quality lighting and control systems throughout the UK and Europe.

Sales and Marketing Director at Sycamore, Natalie Paley, said ‘It was an easy decision for Sycamore to join the BiKBBI as a corporate sponsor. We attended the recent conference in London and saw the passion and commitment the team had with regards to improving standards, awareness, and education within the KBB installation sector. We understand the importance of the installer in our industry, and by joining the BiKBBI, we hope to play our part in supporting this amazing community.’

Damian Walters, BiKBBI CEO commented ‘Our work on improving education, standards, compliance and sustainability in the KBB installation sector is wholly reliant on the support of the wider industry. Collaboration with BiKBBI by way of corporate sponsorship enables us to continue the vital work we do on topics such as the skills gap, CPD and regulation but, for those businesses we work with, it also demonstrates the importance they place in installation, recognising that they are ready to be part of the solution. We are delighted to welcome aboard as a corporate sponsor and we look forward to working with them as we continue to tackle the challenges facing the KBB industry.’

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