Furniture manufacturers today are tasked with making furniture faster, better and with more options.
Customized goods were the norm in pre-industrialized societies.
A few years ago, a world-famous soft drink introduced a new range of cans and bottles – each one featuring a different name on the packaging.
How are upholstered furniture manufacturers currently using technology in production? Are they planning to invest in it more in the future? And if not, could that decision prove costly?
In today's competitive marketplace, consumers are running the show.
As consumers become more educated about environmental issues and more committed to leading a 'greener' lifestyle, they seek out choices that meet their needs for style, value, and ecological and so
The global economy’s on the uptick and many businesses are on the path to recovery following the recession.
In the interview below Erin Berg from leading US furniture publication, Furniture Today, speaks to us about this growing phenomenon.
Faced with growing competition, the furniture industry has rebuilt itself, but remains marked by specific regional problems.
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