Dunlop Adhesives, specialist manufacturer of tile adhesives, grouts, finishing and ancillary products, has appointed Amy Rushton as Assistant Brand Manager to help drive awareness of the Dunlop brand and assist in the delivery of creative campaigns for the company.
For busy tradesmen, few things are as challenging as tiling successfully with natural stone. Fortunately, Debi Bailey, Brand Manager at Dunlop Adhesives, has dug deep into her knowledge to offer up a selection of handy tips and advice to offer your customers to ensure that they get the perfect adhesion and the perfect results.
Having conducted a survey of 2000 people across the country, Dunlop Adhesives, the specialist manufacturer of adhesives, grouts, finishing and ancillary products, has found that nearly 90% of people will try their hand at DIY. The survey highlights the fact that consumers are still apprehensive about taking on traditional trade jobs, with 50% stating that [...]
With one in nine women preferring a man who can do DIY to one who’s good between the sheets, more and more men are being expected to have a handy side as well as juggle their everyday job. With building a shelf even suggested as a New Year’s Resolution, Dunlop Adhesives is launching two new [...]
With temperatures set to soar this August, Dunlop Adhesives is anticipating that homeowners will be enjoying the good old English weather and tackling some overdue DIY jobs this summer. With that in mind, the specialist manufacturers of tile adhesives, grouts, finishing and ancillary products is urging merchants across the UK to stock up on its [...]
Seeing in the New Year with a new appointment, Dunlop Adhesives has welcomed David Hackett to the team as Sales & Marketing Director. Taking responsibility for sales, marketing, customer services and technical advisory services, David started his new position on 4th January.
Dunlop Adhesives, the specialist manufacturer of tile adhesives, grouts, finishing and ancillary products, is no stranger to product innovation and trade support which is why it invested in a traffic light colour system, coding its product packaging to help speed up jobs for the trade.