The kbbreview Podcast

Saving water and KBB vs KBH

Episode Summary

Welcome to the kbbreview Podcast, your host as always is Andy Davies and this is episode six of season three. We’ve got a couple of great guests today, first up, to mark World Environment Day 2021 on June the 5th we’re looking at one of this industry’s biggest environmental impacts – how much water we use. I’m delving into a scheme designed to tackle that very issue – the Unified Water Label with its managing director Yvonne Orgill. In particular, why it’s important to retailers to understand and get behind the scheme as their business might just depend on it. Then, we’re asking whether we should even be called kbbreview at all – should we be kbHreview. One high-profile retailer is arguing that the acronym KBB doesn’t accurately describe the purpose or direction of the industry and it should actually be KBH – kitchen, bathroom and home. We’ll talk it through with Tony Robson from DayTrue.

Episode Notes

Welcome to the kbbreview Podcast, your host as always is Andy Davies and this is episode six of season three.

We’ve got a couple of great guests today, first up, to mark World Environment Day 2021 on June the 5th we’re looking at one of this industry’s biggest environmental impacts – how much water we use. I’m delving into a scheme designed to tackle that very issue – the Unified Water Label  with its managing director Yvonne Orgill.

In particular, why it’s important to retailers to understand and get behind the scheme as their business might just depend on it.

Then, we’re asking whether we should even be called kbbreview at all – should we be kbHreview. One high-profile retailer is arguing that the acronym KBB doesn’t accurately describe the purpose or direction of the industry and it should actually be KBH – kitchen, bathroom and home. We’ll talk it through with Tony Robson from DayTrue.