Knightbridge Furniture Appoints Robert Walton in the Newly Created Position of Sales & Marketing Director

Posted On: August 25, 2017 Categorised in:

Knightsbridge Furniture is delighted to announce the appointment of Robert Walton in the newly created position of Sales and Marketing Director.

For the past twelve months Knightsbridge Furniture has successfully introduced new products and markets to their traditional business streams and the appointment of Robert will allow Knightsbridge to further advance their ambitions in these sectors.

Robert joins Knightbridge Furniture from his role as Commercial Director from an internationally recognised contract upholstery brand whom he was with for over fifteen years introducing new clients and markets to them and significantly increasing turnover.

Robert says:

“I am delighted to be joining Knightbridge Furniture at such an exciting time. New collections from established UK designers such as David Fox, Sean Dare and Alys Bryan along with our talented in house design team are the perfect combination for driving the business forward and advancing into new markets”

Knightbridge Furniture have celebrated countless milestones over the years, from winning the Design Team of the Year at Mixology North 2016 to stepping into London’s most popular furniture district via the Clerkenwell Green gallery space By Bailey.

Knightsbridge has been designing and manufacturing British furniture from its site in Yorkshire for nearly 80 years. From the timber mill to the client’s offices, Knightsbridge take enormous pride in facilitating the entire production and delivery of its products.

Having come from a background of manufacturing healthcare furniture, Knightsbridge have expanded into the world of contract furniture for high wear environments such as hotels, restaurants and offices. Under the stewardship of CEO Alan Towns and COO Peter Denham, Knightsbridge are forging a reputation for great looking design as they work with some of the UK’s brightest and best furniture designers.

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