The stand largely acts as a business centre providing a base for BWMB licensed members of the textile industry which want to meet with customers and agents.
“We see our role there as enabling our licensees to do business” explained Tim Booth, the new Marketing Manager of the BWMB. He will be on the stand along with, Timothy Pulleyn, BWMB and Bridgette Kelly, BWMB’s Consultant for the Campaign for Wool.
“Every year we find that companies from the UK are attending Domotex as a visitor and they find the British Wool stand a valuable asset while at the show. We provide facilities on the stand to host a meeting and of course it is always useful to have a defined meeting point and somewhere to return to in between appointments.”
British Wool Marketing Board
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