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Purchasing Industrial Furniture: Where to Start?

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When you’re considering an industrial furniture purchase, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. How many chairs and tables… in what style… from what vendor? There’s a lot to think about.

Not to mention, industrial furniture is a significant investment. So you want to take time to reflect on your business’ unique needs before buying items your workplace will depend on for years to come.

How Millennials are Changing the Workplace

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As of 2016, Millennials overtook Gen Xers to become the largest group in the workforce. Many of them have been in the workforce for a decade or more already. As of 2017, there are 56 million millennials in the workforce, with Gen Xers coming in second with 53 million workers per Pew Research Center findings.

Should We Just Buy Office Furniture Online?

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These days, you can buy anything and everything online, from clothes to groceries to a bag specially designed to carry your cat.

In fact, you can even buy office furniture online: chairs, desks, workstations, conference tables, and more.

But just because you can do something doesn’t mean you should do it.

The Hospitality Market & Office Design: Where to Start?

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As a professional in hospitality, you want to offer experiences that make your clients feel welcome and catered to. Ideally, your guests will find value and a sense of belonging in the spaces you establish.

How do you evoke those feelings in your clients?

A surefire way to begin building a cozy and interactive community is through intentional design and furniture selections. 

New Technology in the Workspace for 2018

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Technology is developing exponentially.

And this rapid growth can be intimidating, especially if you’re tasked with ensuring your office space is technologically up-to-date.

But who can afford a brand new tech overhaul every year and a half? And more importantly, is every update and upgrade necessary for employees to do their best work?