The British Home Enhancement Trade Association (BHETA) has welcomed five new housewares brands following its programme of networking opportunities with leading retailers.

Five housewares brands join BHETA

The British Home Enhancement Trade Association (BHETA) has welcomed five new housewares brands following its programme of networking opportunities with leading retailers. 

Small appliances supplier Dualit is joined by candle, gift and accessories company Xystos and Easy-Do, which manufactures specialist household cleaning solutions including washing-up, bathroom, cooker and hob cleaners. In addition, BHETA has recruited baking accessories supplier Euro Tins and Harewood International, which supplies general housewares/hardware including fireside accessories and storage items.

Commenting on the membership boost, BHETA’s home enhancement sector director Will Jones said: “From big brands to start-ups and niche specialists, BHETA is able to help the widest possible range of housewares companies find new and profitable routes to market.

He added: “It’s also great to see that the [June] launch of [London trade show] Exclusively Electrical has stimulated interest from small electrical suppliers such as Dualit, appreciating the overall benefits that BHETA has to offer.”

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