BHETA Housewares Committee welcomes two new members

BHETA has welcomed two new members of the BHETA Housewares Committee.

Tanith Sellicks started her career on the Tesco graduate buying scheme. Eventually she ended up in HOME with a senior role (managed category), and then moved to Next. After this she set up ITTC which she left eight years ago to establish Pure Tabletop. Pure supply own label and branded ceramic and glass products to many of the nationals.

Dan Robert started his career in sports eyewear brand Oakley, and then progressed through various roles in Unilever and Sony Electronics, before entering the housewares industry in 2012 at Joseph Joseph. After a few years managing their UK business, Robert oversaw their operations across Asia Pacific, before joining LSA International in 2019 as chief commercial officer. LSA International is a London-based design studio specialising in contemporary handmade glass.

The BHETA housewares committee’s role is to represent and protect members’ interests, assisting with their commercial success and adding value to their businesses.

The Housewares Committee also includes:

Jane Mason – DKB (Chair)

Will Jones – BHETA

Seema Grantham – BHETA

Kate O’Neil – Rayware

Paul Shelley – Haus Marketing & Distribution

Michelle Dickinson – Burton McCall

Rob Jones – Horwood

Richard Walker – Eddingtons

Claire Whalley-Livesey – Meyer Group

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