The British Institute of Interior Design (BIID) is pleased to announce Tradelinens as the Conference Partner for Inside Knowledge 2018: The BIID Business Success Conference.

As manufacturers of the finest-quality bedlinen, towelling and filled products available, Tradelinens is committed to providing a luxurious and relaxing environment in which to sleep and unwind. Placing great importance on ethical luxury, the company is as the first UK trade linen members of the Better Cotton Initiative, working with carefully selected partner manufacturers and supporting education and training programmes in both India and Pakistan.

Crafted for the hospitality sector, interior designers, and consumers across the globe, Tradelinens’ designs are made with exceptional attention to detail and traditional, quality craftsmanship, with a personal service from start to finish. With over 70 years of experience as trusted textile consultants, Tradelinens’ client list includes iconic five-star properties such as The Dorchester and The Savoy hotels.

Commenting on the announcement, Rebecca Dukes, Head of Tradelinens Boutique said: “The BIID 2018 Conference is set to be an inspirational event and one that Tradelinens is proud to be associated with. We are thrilled to be an Industry Partner of the BIID supporting the industry in this way and look forward to networking with other sponsors and designers at the event.”

Gilly Craft, President of the BIID commented: “We’re delighted to have Tradelinens on board as our Conference Partner for the 2018 Conference. Without the support of our partners we would be unable to host this industry event, and Tradelinens is particularly fitting with our theme for this year, which aims to inspire designers and help them succeed in their professional careers.”

As the only conference specifically designed for and by professional interior designers in the UK, the Inside Knowledge 2018 conference will feature talks from a range of experts in the sector to provide designers with invaluable knowledge and practical sessions to support them in their businesses. The day will feature a series of thought-provoking and inspirational presentations, panel discussions and ‘success stories’, focussing on key strategies and career turning points. The conference is suitable for interior designers setting up a new practice, as well as those already running an existing business who are looking for new, innovative ideas.  The event is also BIID CPD accredited and is worth 6 CPD hours.