Empire Office and K2 Align to Expand Office Furniture Globally
By Ashley Caputo, TMCnet Web Editor
Office furniture dealers and interior designers are using the advancements that technology has brought to all industries to increase the quality of their services and customer offerings. By fusing together technology with the basic concepts of interior designs, companies are beginning to raise the bar for the industry.
Not only have companies used technology to their advantage, but they have begun forming partnerships, like the latest one between Empire Office and K2 Space, to strategically create a strong global presence.
Empire Office is the largest commercial furniture dealer in the world with clients in industries such as education, healthcare, calls centers, automotive and government. Meanwhile, K2 Space is a popular UK-based commercial interior design company that uses its resources to create the “modern office space” for its clients.
With this new partnership, Empire Office and K2 will now offer their clients their innovative services in any major city worldwide. This alliance also serves as a stepping stone for Empire Office, as it will become the first U.S.-based commercial furniture dealer to have an agreement with a first outside of the country.
“More than ever, we are seeing our clients strategize and steer their brand with a global mindset and look to us to provide a seamless and consistent service regardless of what country their office is in,” said Peter Gaslow, CEO of Empire Office. “That’s what this alliance offers our clients; it provides them with a reliable, global partner.”
The once traditional office has become susceptible to many changes that technology has created, including change in appearance and structure of the telephone, computer, server and fax machine, which is why interior designers are vital for business to create this new structure that is needed.
With partnerships growing between Empire Office and K2 – as well as endless solutions that other office furniture companies like Interior Concepts have created – there is now a solid chance for them to expand and reach global markets that have not yet conformed to the modern office.
Edited by Allison Boccamazzo