Greeting & Meeting

Greeting and meeting spaces are no longer relegated to receptions or executive lounges.

New collaboration areas are being influenced by home living spaces and coffee shops.

 

It would be easy to select trendy home-oriented furniture for these spaces, but commercial environments require certain characteristics to get the most out of your company’s time and monetary investment.

 

INVEST PROPERLY IN YOUR SPACE

 

Commercial soft seating options are growing each season. These lines and the fabrics to cover them go through rigorous testing so they look the same years from now as they did when you selected them. The professional image you want today will be supported with non-sagging, durable construction for years to come.

 

When you meet with a client, getting up or out of a chair shouldn’t be a second thought. Most commercial styles support users more firmly so when the time comes to exit the seat, everybody can do it gracefully and without assistance. Elderly or challenged guests can be especially concerned with what is supporting their body.

 

Tailor your seating. Specify it to your company’s brand by choosing a style that expresses your level of professionalism or fun. Create the desired impression – a mood of intimacy, casualness or give your clients space for comfort. Add details for your use such as plug outlets for laptop meetings, or inset table tops for coffee talks. The power is in your hands (or seats for that matter).

 

Want to sit down and talk about your meeting areas? Connect with us today.

 

 

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