June 2015 Issue
The traditional furniture retailer appears to be stuck in No Man’s Land since the Great Recession. The industry has been slow-go trying to reach sales levels seen seven years ago.
As furniture retailers continue to bounce back from the Great Recession, they’re paying close attention to a variety of metrics.
Family rooms and living rooms would be lost without them. The occasional table helps complete a room by offering a perch for lighting, a favorite book and family photographs.
Andy Counts has led the American Home Furnishings Alliance through a number of tumultuous years during his 17-year tenure.
Boutique home furnishings retailer Boston Interiors has its sights firmly set on growth with a methodical strategy in location selection, building on its omni-channel presence and capitalizing on the knack for remaining true to its niche.
As a nation with our smartphones, we have become obsessed with our personal performance.
In the last week, two magazines featuring cover stories dedicated to the importance of taking time off and taking a break from all things work have been delivered to my mailbox.