Twenty-Four by Seven
More Change Ahead
by ROB KIRKBRIDE Wednesday October 1, 2014
The Office Furniture Industry is undergoing the biggest metamorphosis in its relatively short history.
by ROB KIRKBRIDE Monday September 8, 2014
The important thing to note (and something I have noted many times in these pages) is that these nomadic workers (myself included) have a choice of where, when and how to work. We will pick the place that best fits our needs.
Voguish Ideas that Are Not
Monday August 11, 2014
While its intentions are undoubtedly good, both the architects and the artist have bizarrely forgotten that workplaces are about people.
by ROB KIRKBRIDE Monday July 21, 2014
At the BIFMA breakfast, held on the last day of NeoCon, the group promised to do more to improve its data collection.
NeoCon 2014 - The Year of the H.A.T.
Monday June 30, 2014
Height-adjustable tables and work surfaces have been on the fringe of "the next big thing" forever.
The Next Trend to Chase
by MMQB STAFF Monday June 23, 2014
Before you laugh keep in mind people laughed at the idea of people working in cubicles - and they still laugh about it.
Thoughts from the Real World (of NeoCon at least)
by MMQB STAFF Monday June 16, 2014
You have to give manufacturers credit however for at least attempting to get the "per-person furniture budget" back to where it used to be.
It's that time again - NeoCon Time
by MMQB STAFF Monday June 9, 2014
Not to put too fine a point on it, if you don't make a height adjustable worksurface, whether electric, crank or counter-weighted, you are living in a hole.
The Tax Man Taketh and Givith
by MMQB STAFF Monday May 26, 2014
OMG, the government still loves cubicles and is loath to go collaborative.
Four Weeks and Counting
by MMQB STAFF Monday May 12, 2014
These guys have lots of money. Perhaps they need furniture.
by MMQB STAFF Monday April 21, 2014
Spring has finally arrived for the industry.
Modding / Hacking the Products
by MMQB STAFF Monday April 14, 2014
Modding is a slang expression that is derived from the verb "modify".
Opportunities do exist in China for Office Furniture Makers
by ROB KIRKBRIDE Monday April 7, 2014
Asian office furniture makers are getting exponentially more sophisticated and better at what they do.
China: Friend of Foe?
by MMQB STAFF Sunday March 30, 2014
U.S. office furniture manufacturers had better keep a wary eye on this country.
Stay Calm and Wake the F--k up!
by MMQB STAFF Monday March 24, 2014
Look at our "historically slow moving market."
Sit anywhere, but please sit
by MMQB STAFF Sunday March 16, 2014
Many in our audience ask "how can there be so many office seating makers?"
Sit down already!
Monday March 10, 2014
Office furniture continues once again to be a target for various groups that have gripes against various government organizations.
Workplaces on the Cheap
by MMQB STAFF Monday March 3, 2014
Just how cheap or inexpensive can a workplace be built for?
Will we ever get noticed?
Monday February 24, 2014
Power in America is shifting from New York and DC to the tech billionaires of Silicon Valley.
Buy this, Buy that
Monday February 10, 2014
The life of a high-end residential furniture power-broker is anything but what we poor desk providers are used to.
Week of October 20, 2014
In This Weeks Print Edition:
Senator is headed to America / Knoll Reports Strong Results / HNI Reports Strong Sales and Earnings / THIS WEEK: Orgatec / Ghent's Link: Not just another Whiteboard
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