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GGP March 2014

HEAR M RE ON OUR LATEST POLYmER PROFILES Get more from the white coats or join in the conversation on Twitter #THEREHAULAB UK’s ‘biggest’ manufacturer of composite doors enters trade market The UK’s biggest manufacturer of composite doors has entered the trade market for the first time, and has begun ‘opening doors’ for installers. With a marketing focus designed specifically to assist the consumer, the company behind the new British designed and manufactured composite door claims it is set to irreversibly change the way the market works, with a marketing focus ‘designed to drive opportunities from the consumer’s door directly to yours.’ The new company is now focussed on finding additional installers who want to be a part of what it is calling ‘the big picture’ and who want to have opportunities created for them directly from the consumer market. Understanding that today’s consumer is ‘steeped in a home improvement and home makeover mind-set’, the new company states that installers will be given the support to address all of their requirements using the highest quality marketing support, including a ‘vast array’ of bespoke consumer focussed support items such as internet based design tools, brochures, consumer advice service. It also states that installers can expect a range of 27 new door designs with over 50 decorative glass options all as standard, a priority lead time of five days, ‘24/7’ telephone customer care and text messaging to inform when orders are on the way. So who is the new player who has just joined the trade sector for composite doors and why the secret? To find out more, visit: www.inonthesecret.com Master fitter to win £5,000 FENSA is urging its registered businesses to enter the Master Fitter Challenge before the competition deadline of 31 March 2014. Run in association with the FIT Show and sponsored by FENSA, the Master Fitter Challenge tests installation skills. Winners have the opportunity to win prizes of £5,000, £3,000 or £2,000 which will be presented live during the FIT Show Gala dinner in Telford in June 2014. The competition is free to enter and is open to individuals or teams of two. All installers must have a minimum of two years industry experience and be competent in the installation of domestic doors and windows. To enter the competition, entrants will be required to submit an application online. FENSA will be at the FIT Show to deliver a range of seminars and provide advice on meeting the Minimum Technical Competencies (MTC), and ‘Certified Installer’ status – both with a deadline of June 2014. To enter the Master Fitter Challenge, visit: www.fitshow.co.uk/masterfitter challenge


GGP March 2014
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