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KBC Expo 2020 - Planning Meeting

Leaders of the kitchen and bath Industry gather at Kitchen+Bath Canada KBC Expo 2020

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Leaders of the kitchen and bath Industry gather at Kitchen+Bath Canada KBC Expo 2020

The planning meeting of Canada’s first and only full-scale B2B event dedicated to the kitchen and bath industry was held recently at the Congress Centre. The event will be held in Toronto Nov. 11 and 12, 2020.

The planning meeting included the most influential leaders from both businesses and organizations including industry associations, kitchen and bath manufacturers and suppliers, media partners, consulates/trade commissioners among other major companies and organizations from the industry.

“We are very pleased with the meeting outcome and we will strive to offer the Kitchen and bath industry here in Canada the most innovative and valuable trade show experience in the upcoming Kitchen+Bath Canada – KBC 2020. Our main goal is to work with our local and international partners to support the growth of the Kitchen and Bath industry in Canada.” – Nasser Deeb, show director, KBC 2020.

Deeb adds, “We are excited to be organizing the first B2B event of its kind in Canada catering to the Kitchen and Bath industry which will further elevate the standards of the fast-growing market. We have already secured the support of many local and international partners including Turkey, Italy, China, India and Spain to recruit exhibitors to the show. We have also partnered with Home Publishing Group and The Construction Life to promote the show through media publications and social media platforms.”

"We are excited to be a part of such an important event for the Canadian Kitchen and Bath industry" - Josh Rosset (left), Homes Publishing Group.
“We are excited to be a part of such an important event for the Canadian Kitchen and Bath industry.” – Josh Rosset (left), HOMES Publishing Group.

The planning meeting covered several topics and areas of opportunities and concerns of the kitchen and bath products and services trade. The participants gave emphasis on the urgent need of creating a platform such as KBC Expo to further educate business and the consumers and fulfil the growing demands and provide a vast variety of Kitchen+Bath products and services

According to Moreno Rauro of Neolith (Marble Trend), “such event is vital to further regulate the practice of Kitchen and Bath design and offerings. We need to have our platform here in Canada to boost the trade and the education of such growing industry.”

A number of attendees agreed that we need to educate the industry suppliers and the consumers about the importance of following the guidelines in the kitchen and bath manufacturing, supplying and installing the process that it is based on standards and regulations that aim to ensure the best quality and safety. The organizers are committed to working closely with all stakeholders, including architects, designers, fabricators, retailers and all companies dealing in the area of kitchen and bath to ensure the event delivers the expected content and offerings.

KBC Expo 2020 will also feature a special lighting component to further complement the kitchen and bath designs concept. Illuminate Canada 2020 will offer a platform where industry professionals can learn, collaborate and connect face-to-face. The full spectrum of lighting is showcased from innovative technologies to real-world applications.

Just like KBC, Illuminate will feature local and international exhibitors. Illuminate Canada 2020 will attract buyers, suppliers and designers who are seeking the latest lighting solutions and trends as well as the most current registered education sessions.

 

About Kitchen+Bath Canada – KBC 2020:

Kitchen+Bath Canada is an annual event and acts as the gateway to Canada’s growing kitchen and bath industry.

KBC Expo 2020 will gather the highest quality of products and services making it the best destination for exhibitors and attendees to learn about the current industry trends and discover showcased products. It is a meeting point for Canadian buyers and suppliers as well as international organizations to network and builds their business.

The national, and international kitchen and bath industry will gather under one roof providing traders and buyers with the ideal platform to learn, network, and share market insights.

For exhibitor information, visit: kbcexpo.com or contact Nasser Deeb at 905.232.6331 | nasser.deeb@expohut.ca

Nasser Deeb, CEM

Director at Kitchen+Bath Canada Expo 2020


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HOMES Publishing Group - 16th Annual Invitational Charity Golf Tournament

HPG golf tournament cracks $300K in funds for Raising The Roof

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HPG golf tournament cracks $300K in funds for Raising The Roof

HOMES Publishing Group’s 16th Annual Invitational Charity Golf Tournament in support of Raising the Roof, at Royal Woodbine Golf Club in Etobicoke on Sept. 20, raised $15,000 – pushing the 16-year total to $305,000.

Michael Rosset, HPG, presents cheque to Elisa Traficante, Raising The Roof.
Michael Rosset, HPG, presents cheque to Elisa Traficante, Raising The Roof.

“We are so proud and grateful for the support of our clients, suppliers and friends over the years, for such a worthy cause as youth homelessness,” says Michael Rosset, founder of HPG and a long-serving board member of Raising the Roof.

Michaelle Vestergaard, Enbrdge Gas, tournament sponsor (centre), presents the winning foursome, Kain Allicock, EnerQuality; Nolan Leiska, Reliance Home Comfort; Sanjeet Bhoola, EnerQuality; with Josh Rosset, HPG, far right.
Michaelle Vestergaard, Enbrdge Gas, tournament sponsor (centre), presents the winning foursome, Kain Allicock, EnerQuality; Nolan Leiska, Reliance Home Comfort; Sanjeet Bhoola, EnerQuality; with Josh Rosset, HPG, far right.

Raising the Roof provides national leadership on long-term solutions to homelessness through partnership and collaboration with diverse stakeholders, investment in local communities, and public education.

Bob Finnegan wins trip to Hawaii, with Sonia Presotto, HPG, on right.
Bob Finnigan wins trip to Hawaii, with Sonia Presotto, HPG, on right.

“The homebuilding industry shows its collective heart through such events, and we are humbled by the dedication and commitment of everyone involved, every year,” adds Rosset. “To raise more than $300,000 for such an important cause over the years shows the depth of resolve of this industry to find a solution before the challenges become systemic and multi-generational.”

HOMES Publishing Group staff volunteers get ready for the day.
HOMES Publishing Group staff ready for the day.

Photos: Brian Geller, photoartists.ca


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Ferguson Jenkins helps Habitat for Humanity benefit from home runs

Ferguson Jenkins helps Habitat for Humanity benefit from home runs

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Ferguson Jenkins helps Habitat for Humanity benefit from home runs

The 2017 Fourth Annual Builder Baseball charity softball tournament was a tremendous success, raising $42,000 (up from $38,000 in 2016) for Habitat for Humanity GTA and a four-year total of $151,000.

This year’s event featured a special guest appearance by Baseball Hall of Famer Ferguson Jenkins, 74, the only Canadian-born major leaguer elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Left, Baseball Hall of Famer Ferguson Jenkins with Michael Rosset of HOMES Publishing Group
Left, Baseball Hall of Famer Ferguson Jenkins with Michael Rosset of HOMES Publishing Group

Born in Chatham, Jenkins won the Cy Young Award in 1971 while pitching for the Chicago Cubs. He also played for the Philadelphia Phillies, Texas Rangers and Boston Red Sox during his illustrious career, which spanned from 1956 to 1983. Jenkins also played for the Harlem Globetrotters basketball team in the off-season from 1967 to 1969.

In 1991, Jenkins became the first Canadian to be inducted in the National Baseball Hall of Fame. In 1974, Jenkins, who was then playing with the Rangers, became the first baseball player to win the Lou Marsh Trophy, an award given to Canada’s top athlete of the year.

A total of more than 400 players on 24 teams took to the diamonds at Richmond Green in Richmond Hill for the fourth annual event, followed by dinner, networking and a cheque presentation to Habitat For Humanity.

The competition was fierce, but MNP prevailed and took home the championship trophy after beating the team from the Globe and Mail.

The event was organized in partnership with the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD) and HOMES Publishing Group. Special kudos to organizing committee members Michael Rosset, Josh Rosset and Frances Mangos of HOMES Publishing Group, Tiffany Kohl of BILD and Michelle Vestergaard of Enbridge for putting together the tournament. Their hard work paid off in a big way, with the real winners being BILD’s Habitat partner family.

Gold sponsors were HPG, BILD, Enbridge Gas and the Toronto Star.

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