KBB 2020

kbb 2020

From 01. - 04.03.2020 Europe’s leading trade fair for kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms, the kbb, took place in Birmingham, UK. It was here that a total of more than 400 exhibitors used this opportunity to present their latest products.

The kbb took place just before the coronavirus had started to spread, but a range of protective measures had already been put into place. In addition to a large number of disinfectant dispensers, Asian exhibitors were given the possibility of presenting their products on a digital platform.

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Show Objective Accomplished

This year AGOFORM occupied a considerably larger exhibition space, using it to present a number of new developments and innovations relating to the interior organisation of drawers in the kitchen and bathroom sectors. Thanks to the larger exhibition stand (37.5 sqm) and a better location, the presence of AGOFORM could be significantly raised, as the subsequent evaluation of the show clearly verified. Despite some cancellations by existing customers and the anticipated reduction in visitor footfall due to COVID-19, the expectations of AGOFORM and the kbb were nonetheless surpassed. Attendance at the exhibition stand was high. A large portion of those visiting the stand consisted of product designers and architects who were able to obtain a first-hand impression of the AGOFORM product range and quality. Although sales are conducted via local dealers, the objective of the show – to increase awareness and the presence of AGOFORM on the UK market – was undisputedly achieved. 


Similar to the approach at the SICAM 2019, presentation of the products followed the “One Kitchen One Design” style. In doing so, the cutlery inserts were shown in a mix of materials (e.g. with profiles or wood elements), underscoring the variety of the AGOFORM product portfolio unequivocally. A true eye-catcher was “CADRE II”. Further optimised since the interzum 2019, this is now available to customers with improved options for individualisation.

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