Conference Schedule

Below you will find the complete KBIS 2015 Conference Schedule, which includes Voices from the Industry and Learning Courses. For questions regarding the Conference, please email KBIS_Conference@nkba.org.

Voices from the Industry

Over 90 sessions are being offered at KBIS 2015 – many will offer continuing education units (CEUs) from the NKBA as well as other industry associations, such as NAHB, NARI, and AIA The hour-long informational sessions are grouped into 11 conference blocks over three days and offer attendees a chance to hear presentations from their industry peers on a variety of current topics and trends. All VFTI sessions are aligned to one of NKBA University’s learning paths: Design & Inspiration, Focus on the Customer, Business Management, and Sales & Marketing.


Learning Courses

The 11 Learning Courses offered before and during KBIS provide CEUs, as well as NKBA education hours. The courses, which range from two to four hours on topics such as decorative plumbing, creative thinking, customer service for multiple generations, or effective recruiting, are taught by top educators and instructors and are designed to further develop an industry professional’s career.



KBIS Networking Conference for Kitchen Equipment and Bath Suppliers

Exclusive Kitchen and Bath Designer Networking Events

Kitchen and bath professionals and suppliers attend KBIS to see and launch new products, make new connections and contacts, but KBIS is also the time to expand in new directions and foster professional development. It’s important to develop yourself in every aspect of your career.

At KBIS 2014, the Learning Program and Conference will be represented in three separate programs: Voices from the Industry sessions, 12 NKBA Courses and three Featured Speakers. Whether you are a designer, builder, remodeler, supplier, dealer, distributor, or in any other segment in the kitchen and bath industry the NKBA learning program applies to you.

For the first time at KBIS, 54 out of the 85 sessions will offer continuing education units (CEUs), which have usually only been obtained through NKBA courses. As a certified designer, your professional skills will be acknowledged and validated in the industry and you’ll be identified as an expert in your field. KBIS is your one-stop shop to gain these certifications.

Take the next step in strengthening your business. Whether you’re a novice or experienced kitchen and bath professional looking to enhance your design and business skills, the KBIS Conference and Learning Program is the perfect path for you. Register today.