Everything ‘clic’d into place’ for the BA Clic Components ClicBox team at this year’s W16 Elements Show. Held at the NEC in Birmingham, this was the first showing for ClicBox and has been hailed a huge success.
Showcasing the ClicBox carcass to stand visitors, the team demonstrated this pioneering product range to many who were keen to find out more about this amazing product and how it could benefit their business.
ClicBox is the fastest way to build a kitchen in today’s industry and to prove this the ClicBox team ran a competition amongst stand visitors to see who could construct the carcass in the quickest time. The fact that you don’t need tools, glues or screws to assemble the ClicBox carcass makes it so easy and quick to build. The winner on the day successfully completed the challenge in just 10.62 seconds. The ClicBox challenge was videoed and streamed Live across the ClicBox Facebook page so fans up and down the country could see what they were missing.
The feedback on the stand was very positive as visitors got to see first hand just how easy this innovative product could be implemented into their businesses’. The stand was such a success and interest was so high in the product that they ran out of brochures and had to order a re-print to see them through the show!
Nicole Irvine, National Sales Manager for ClicBox told us “The response to the Clic technology was fantastic with most visitors showing real enthusiasm for the products. This exposure for the brand and the feedback we received means this product will become a serious contender for future developments and projects with national house builders, ECO developers and trade merchants.”
Nicole added, “Bespoke cabinet manufacturers have identified the opportunity to introduce an option for contract work as ClicBox will compliment their existing business and not impact on production schedules.”
With over 600 visitors to the stand and a constant stream of demonstration’s and enquiries, the response was overwhelming and the technology and simplicity of assembly had visitors thinking about introducing new ‘Clic related’ ideas for expanding their business.