Garden and landscape timber specialist M&M Timber Limited is to break with convention at the forthcoming Garden & Leisure (GLEE) Show when the emphasis will be on talking business as well as showing off their latest products.
The biggest show in the industry?s calendar, which opens at Birmingham?s NEC on 15th September, will give M&M Timber?s customers the opportunity to meet directors and senior management to discuss how the company is developing its product range and business strategy in line with the changes in the current market.
?The theme for this year?s show will be very customer orientated,? says Andy Hodge, Commercial Director. ?The retail industry environment is changing and our home and garden range will offer ideal solutions for growth in the timber products sector. We?ll also be offering some exclusive special deals that will make a visit to our stand doubly beneficial.?
Over the last couple of years M&M Timber has been closely monitoring the rapidly changing buying patterns that have been taking place in garden centres and other trade outlets throughout the country and has been developing its product range and marketing strategy accordingly.
?With our sights set squarely on the future and with a clear understanding of the industry?s market direction, we are now ready to talk business,? adds Andy Hodge.
Subtle changes in the way M&M Timber has begun redefining its product marketing has already been welcomed by industry leaders. This year a new the refined Home & Garden range of products are aimed at giving retailers a competitively priced volume product with added customer appeal.
Specifically designed with the changing buying patterns of the garden industry in mind, the long-awaited product range more readily lends itself to the impulse buy that can easily be picked up off the sales floor and taken home.
Regarded as one of the country?s leading timber and garden product suppliers, with over 350 independent retail outlets on its order books, the M&M Timber team are keen to discuss the future growth plans with all of its customers, whatever their size or status.