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Good Elements joins BHETA

Barware, picnic and lifestyle accessories supplier, Good Element has joined BHETA.

The company will also be at Exclusively (11 and 12 June at The Business Design Centre, Islington) which is owned by BHETA.

Based in London, Good Element’s products focus on the balance of practicality and aesthetics and aim to be harmonious with their surroundings.

Each product is designed to create a stress-free experience and solve daily challenges. Products to be shown at Exclusively this year include two new barware ranges: cocktail sets in wrapped case – one for stirring and one for shaking, as well as the company’s best-selling easy release sphere ice-ball moulds.

Seema Grantham, BHETA’s sector manager for housewares said: “Good Element is a great innovator of practical and good-looking products, and I am delighted to welcome the company to BHETA and to Exclusively.”

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