KAI Delighted By The Reception Received At Scottish Interiors

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2014 is proving to be a busy time for KAI.   Only two months into the New Year, the company headed to the Scottish Interiors show in Dunblane, where they launched their new Spring/Summer 2014 Portfolio.

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The new collections were extremely well received at the show, which was extremely busy from the moment the doors opened until the show closed at the end of each day.

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KAI launched its stunning new Althea, Quant and Lamorna Collections, together with Edderton, Emeka and Coastal, further beautiful new designs within the fabric portfolio.

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Emma Brickwood, Sales Manager for KAI was delighted with the show, saying “The economy has picked up pace after several sluggish years.   The stand was crowded on both days and most of our visitors were either interior designers or retailers.    Most of our clients expressed how busy they now were and how much work they had coming through this year.” She continued: “95% of the customers who came to see us, new and old, bought the whole collections of books.   We have never sold so many books at a trade fair and will most definitely be returning next year!”

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KAI has a rich heritage within the textiles industry, being part of the Ashley Wilde Group, a family owned business that has designed and produced fabrics for over 60 years.    Each collection meets the rigorous demands required for all soft furnishing applications within both the domestic and contract sectors.

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