Register now – How to design a good nights sleep, free webinar

In our upcoming webinar Hannah Shore, Neil Clews and Joanna Knight use their considerable industry expertise to discuss how to design a good nights sleep, something which it is imperative for all hotels to provide for their guests.

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Hannah Shore, Sleep Researcher, Silentnight Group ltd.
After studying biomechanics at university, Hannah Shore initially joined Silentnight Group to understand how mattresses support our bodies during sleep. This evolved into developing an understanding of how products perform in real sleep environments, and how this effects sleepers everywhere. This sparked Hannah’s passion for understanding sleep, and identifying how we can help everyone achieve the best nights’ sleep possible.

Joanna KnightDirector, JK. Interiors
Joanna has worked in the hospitality interior design industry for 24 years, setting up JK. Interiors after spotting a gap in the market for an holistic approach to design, procurement and design management. Her lifelong interest in visual aesthetics combined with project management have seen her build on her early career working for a fabric mill, to managing the design, procurement and install of multi million pound new build hotels and cruise ships.
Neil ClewsUK & EMEA Key Contracts Manager, Anglepoise Ltd
Anglepoise Contracts provides lighting solutions to the Projects and Trade industry. Liaising with Architects, Designers, Specifiers, Clients and our Dealer network. We provide training, pricing, design, technical and strategic support with our decorative lighting solutions for a variety of applications across Hotel, Residential, Workspace, Hospitality and beyond.
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About Alys Bryan

Alys is a knowledgeable design editor who is focused on instigating conversations, both online and in-person, with industry experts which challenge, educate and advance the commercial interior sector. Her training and 15 years of professional experience as a furniture designer for the commercial sector makes her uniquely placed to lead Design Insider as Editor
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