Skip to main content

+44 (0) 121 237 1130


Tanith Sellicks and Dan Roberts join BHETA Housewares Committee

BHETA is very pleased to announce two new members of the BHETA Housewares Committee, Tanith Sellicks and Dan Roberts.

The BHETA housewares committee’s role is to represent and protect members’ interests, assisting with their commercial success and adding value to their businesses.

Tanith Sellicks
Tanith started her career on the Tesco graduate buying scheme and eventually ended up in HOME with a senior role (managed category). She then moved to Next for family reasons. After this she set up ITTC which she left eight years ago to establish Pure Tabletop. Pure supply own label and branded ceramic and glass products to many of the nationals. She is married with two children. Her son Tom is the sustainability officer at Pure. She loves walking the dogs and cooking.

Dan Roberts
After starting his career in sports eyewear brand Oakley, Dan progressed through various roles in Unilever and Sony Electronics, before entering the housewares industry in 2012 at Joseph Joseph. After a few years managing their UK business, Dan then progressed to oversee their operations across Asia Pacific, before joining LSA International in 2019 as Chief Commercial officer. LSA International is a London-based design studio specialising in contemporary handmade glass. Dan is married with two young children, and they also have a dog.

Welcome to Tanith & Dan!

The Housewares Committee also includes:

  • Jane Mason – DKB (Chair)
  • Will Jones – BHETA
  • Seema Grantham – BHETA
  • Kate O’Neil – Rayware
  • Paul Shelley – Haus Marketing & Distribution
  • Michelle Dickinson – Burton McCall
  • Rob Jones – Horwood
  • Richard Walker – Eddingtons
  • Claire Whalley-Livesey – Meyer Group

Share this Post

Strictly Necessary

These cookies are required for our website to operate and include items such as whether or not to display this pop-up box or your session when logging in to the website. These cookies cannot be disabled.


We use 3rd party services such as Google Analytics to measure the performance of our website. This helps us tailor the site content to our visitors needs.


From time to time, we may use cookies to store key pieces of information to make our site easier for you to use. Examples of this are remembering selected form options to speed up future uses of them. These cookies are not necessary for the site to work, but may enhance the browsing experience.


We may use advertising services that include tracking beacons to allow us to target our visitors with specific adverts on other platforms such as search or social media. These cookies are not required but may improve the services we offer and promote.

Change Settings

Welcome. You can control how we use cookies and 3rd party services below

Change Settings Accept
Learn how we use cookies