With the ongoing coverage surrounding the coronavirus outbreak and its potential effects, it is KBIS and Emerald’s top priority to keep our community safe and informed. With KBIS 2021 more than 8 months away, we do not foresee any changes at this time. We are actively planning the upcoming show for February 9-11 in Orlando, FL.
The KBIS team is monitoring the situation daily and following the guidelines set-forth by our federal and local government and health agencies and are in close, on-going contact with local Orlando authorities. In addition, we are implementing control measures and best practices recommended by the CDC and local health officials around the show and on-site. Our focus is to keep attendees, exhibitors and the kitchen & bath community updated regularly.
Please reach out to our team with any questions. For additional resources, please visit our COVID-19 Resource Center.
COVID-19’s Impetus on Interior Design
In facing today’s unprecedented challenges, homeowners have had to put a hold on kitchen- and bath-related projects for the time being. As our industry is slowly opening and more able to provide the resources for those projects to take place, homeowners are no doubt wanting to ramp back up.
Tap Into Wellness to Drive Business Growth
NKBA CEO, Bill Darcy, will be joined by Laurence Carr, CEO & Founder of Laurence Carr Design and Shannon Ggem, Owner of Gem Design Co. as they discuss wellness and driving business growth.
The NKBA is enhancing its Voices From The Industry conference with VFTI 2.0. For KBIS 2021 we will have: 1-hour presentations, 1.5 hour workshops as well as featured presenters. The conference will feature 60+ sessions on industry-relevant topics that all qualify for CEUs.
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