New Fall Arrivals at Tri-State Office Furniture – Desks, Credenzas, Cubicles, Office Chairs… We Proudly Own All Our Inventories
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A few months ago we released our first round of recommended Office Furniture companies. We introduced you to various manufactures that are not only quality with a reputation for excellent customer service but also quality that will last. The second release of our best office furniture companies are waiting to service you needs.
26 Enwork– This company is out of Lowell Michigan, founded in 2003, buy Husband and wife David and Kelli Powell. Their company goal is to be fast, hassle free, easy to do business with, and a problem solving company. The carry casegoods, tables, steel desking, and storage. Supplies to the US and Canada.
Address: 1426 Pennsylvania Ave, Rex Building, Charleston, WV 25302
Toll Free: 1 (855) 885-3375 (DESK)
Local: (304) 345-3773
Tri-State Office Furniture opens the doors to its fourth location in the heart of West Virginia’s state capital. We are excited at the opportunity to bring our brand of exceptional customer service & unparalleled new & used office furniture inventory to a city known for its people’s genuine hospitality.
We’re excited to share with you our latest news and most of all – our selection and savings – Stop over to one of our showrooms or give us a call today. We’d love to work with you!
The transition into creating more collaborative workspace furniture is in full swing and the advantages of incorporating them into your offices are too great to be ignored. One of the many things major corporations have in common is the significant investments made into research and development to improve all areas of operations. This is especially true for increasing productivity with office furniture.
Commonly referred to as “The Super Bowl of Office Furniture”, Neocon 2014 certainly lived up to the hype. Over 40,000 design and architecture professionals filed into Chicago’s famed Merchandise Mart to see the latest creations from industry giants like “Herman Miller”, “Steelcase”, “Haworth”, “Kimball Office” , “Paoli” & “HON” just to name a few. Now that everything has settled down a bit, here are the highlights from Neocon 2014, the largest tradeshow of its kind.
Computers have truly changed our world and how we exist in it. Everything seems possible, from having a meeting with a client in Japan via Skype, to accessing instant customer reviews of a product with two simple clicks. We move at lightning speed and always expect excellence. Although how is excellence rated?
Spring is in the air, the birds are chirping, the sun is up earlier, the rain is making grass green and the flowers bloom, and it seems like there is more time in the day to get stuff done. Spring-cleaning is well under way, and it is time for a fresh new look. These feelings naturally come with this time of year especially in places where there is a seasonal change. These seasonal changes can affect mood and energy. This shifting may make you fall out of love with your surroundings and put you in the mood for a fresh start.
In a society tech obsessed and constantly in search of good, better, and best, there is a focus on evaluation and comparison. There are magazines and web pages dedicated to finding the best products and rating the efficiency of new tools. But this idea of being best doesn’t just stop at products; people are subject to this rating system as well. While a computer can be upgraded with software changes and cars can get annual maintenance to keep things running smoothly what can we do to increase our own productivity. There are roughly 480 minutes in every workday, how do you get the most out of them? How many minutes are lost waiting for an unorganized co-worker, or in search of a peer? How much of the day is designated for self-motivated work verses collaborative projects? Are you using the most of your time wisely? There are some simple adjustments that can be made and maintained to help you and your office team work at peek performance. Here are seven tips that are a collaborative effort from the entire office staff on how to improve productivity.