To promote a single authoritative voice for the shopfitting and interior contracting industry, protecting the interests of and promoting dialogue between our members and major stakeholders.
To promote at all times the highest levels of quality and professionalism within the industry.
To deliver practical advice, the pursuit of knowledge and encourage the exchange of best practice examples between members.
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The National Association of Shopfitters (NAS) is the only trade association that exclusively represents, promotes and is dedicated to service the needs of the shopfitting and interior contracting sector; within the global sphere of construction and has been doing so successfully since 1919.
Today’s shopfitting market embraces much more than just shops. Whether it be retail, financial services, leisure, hotels, restaurants, museums, travel or any interior requiring the appropriate level of skill and innovation look no further than the NAS Logo. The skills required by an NAS Member extend far beyond joinery as the technological landscape of shopfitting and interior contracting continue to change at a rapid pace. The business is increasingly international. One thing is certain; the National Association of Shopfitters is providing expert guidance to members and clients, to enable the creation of new and distinctive ideas that satisfy our major stakeholder’s insatiable appetite for new and exciting environments.
Designers and clients recognise the NAS brand as the symbol of quality and reliability in shopfitting and interior contracting. Members look to the Association for the specialist advice, services and the pursuit of knowledge necessary to succeed in today’s demanding marketplace. The NAS is the catalyst in meeting everyone’s needs and create good relations between members, suppliers (often associate members), designers, clients and other major stakeholders.
Additional services and advice available to members individually or collectively through the Association's membership and affiliations with:
NAS members have the opportunity to make savings on services crucial to the successful running of the business, offered by independent organisations.
Among such services are: