Media Bulletin

Good Housekeeping expands Institute

By Staff

24th July 2014

Category: Consumer

Hearst Magazine's Good Housekeeping is to move its Good Housekeeping Institute out of the magazine's editorial office and into standalone premises.

The 'Tried, Tested, Trusted' team will move to St Anne's Court in London's Soho and will expand its range of testing to include nursery, beauty and tech products.

From the Autumn, the Good Housekeeping Institute will open to the public as a cookery school and demonstration kitchen.

 

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