Well not totally, but shall we just get on with it? And then let’s move forward in confidence.
At UHS Group we have been musing in recent times and decided we are a bit ‘Britalian’ because we have Italian and British teams working close together in a great collaborative spirit, so whatever happens Brexit will not split us apart!
Pulling in great Italian design, great British design, great Italian manufacturing and great British manufacturing we have amazing ‘Britalian’ talent that helps us stay ahead and keeps us winning in design and innovation for hospitality furniture.
With our ‘Britalian’ tenaciousness we intend to push into other markets and nothing will hold us back we boldly state… Brexit or no Brexit we love dealing with the global market. The potential is amazing, the cultures are great, we learn, we have fun, we grow and all importantly we do not get stuck in rut.
We love to work with leading brands and go ahead companies because it helps us develop. We can build on expertise and relationships that support, with this the clients we work with get fresh innovative products which make them stand out in the marketplace… Win Win!
If we can help with products to fit your environment please get in touch [email protected] to see how we can manage and support your furniture design requirements.
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If you would like to find out about a specific project or product, please email us at [email protected] or call 0330 1222 400.
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