Window Furnishings Australia

CURTAIN UP: LUXAFLEX WINDOW FASHIONS’ NEW OFFERING IS A WIN FOR RETAILERS

Market-leading brand Luxaflex Window Fashions has launched an all-new Curtain Collection. The range forms part of the brand’s new Soft Collection product category and is designed to complement the Luxaflex Window Coverings Softshades Collection. Vera Meharg, Marketing Manager, Hunter Douglas Australia, shared with WFA how the launch has been conceived to support retailers in the Luxaflex Alliance Programs with a comprehensive communication and integration plan. READ MORE

RETAIL REPORT: STRONG SALES AGAINST THE ODDS

Melbourne’s protracted lockdown has only just come to an end, with stores in the Victorian capital reporting mixed results. However retailers across much of Australia who took part in WFA’s regular sales survey have reconfirmed the theory mooted earlier in the year; that the restrictions imposed by Coronavirus have been good, and occasionally stellar, for business. Belinda Smart reports. READ MORE

GREEN REPORT: PACKAGING AND PRODUCTS

WFA investigates how companies are dealing with the pandemic-led rise of single use plastic, along with an update on individual companies' green products and processes. READ MORE

TAKING THE INSIDE OUT WITH EXTERNAL BLINDS

Summer is the season for external blinds, and the category boasts an array of innovations, from visual design upgrades to climate appropriate features and more. Belinda Smart reports. READ MORE

Victorian metro retailers await all clear for... Victorian blind and shutter retailers are anxiously awaiting the announcement on Sunday (18th October) from Premier... READ MORE
SuperExpo postponed to 2023 The triannual trade fair for the Blind Manufacturers Association of Australia (BMAA) known as the SuperExpo... READ MORE
Kresta delisted from the ASX Kresta Holdings Limited has been delisted from the Australian Stock Exchange after placing its shares in... READ MORE

WORDS FROM THE EDITOR Nov 2020

The November edition of WFA is traditionally one of the hardest to produce. Retailers are busy cramming in orders, fabricators are at full production and wholesalers are under pressure to... READ MORE

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