Nellie Ondrovick brings nearly two decades of kitchen and bath design experience to showrooms, having spent most of her career as a staff designer for a major cabinet manufacturer.
Her portfolio includes designs for builder plans and model homes, dealer showroom space planning and display design, photoset design, trade show design and consumer design. Nellie brings a strong sense of color, shape and balance to every project.
Sheri Gold serves as Executive Director of the Bath & Kitchen Business Group where she is responsible for developing and implementing strategy to increase BKBG’s and its Shareholders’ and Vendor Partners’ profitability and improve its profile. Sheri is a licensed interior designer and CKD who has spent her entire career in the kitchen and bath and home products industry. Prior to assuming the role of BKBG Executive Director, Sheri spent the last eight years as National Showroom & Design Director and Senior Sales Manager for General Electric’s Monogram brand in the Southeast where she was the top producer in the nation in both sales and budget performance during her tenure.
Her experience includes leading different cabinet manufacturers, working with showrooms, multifamily developers, homebuilders, and managing national accounts. She also has run showrooms and takes great pride that she has helped train and energize hundreds of industry professionals to advance both professionally and personally. Sheri has developed multiple sales and management training programs and teaches for NKBA at KBIS almost every year. At each stop in her career, she has achieved an enviable track record of success and a legacy of accomplishment.
Trend or Foe?
Leveraging Today’s Kitchen and Bath Design Trends to Stay on the Cutting Edge and Create Competitive Advantages
Keeping your fingers on the pulse of the latest kitchen and bath products, materials, styles and technologies provides a showroom with multiple competitive advantages that include materials and mood boards that reflect what’s trending that result in faster and easier sales, more satisfied customers and more profitable projects.
How do you determine the trends that should be showcased and how do you avoid investing in those that will be short-lived? Join Nellie Ondrovick, founding principal of Nellie Christine Design, who will explain how you can leverage trend knowledge into competitive advantages, avoid costly mistakes and make it easier for showroom designers to establish and maintain trusting relationships with clients.