VOW launches latest Workspace Catalogue
VOW’s 2017 Workspace Catalogue is now available for resellers who are looking to grow their furniture sales. The 128-page specialist publication includes over 10,000 products in the categories of desking, education, reception, seating, steel and shelving and accessories.
Vanessa Warne, newly appointed furniture category director, commented: “This year’s Workspace Catalogue not only has a comprehensive product range to help our resellers furnish any workspace to budget, time and high standards, but it also has over 200 new products for 2017.
“The Workspace Catalogue highlights our value-added furniture offering to resellers with services such as the fast and efficient delivery and installation service that gives customers added peace of mind, our after service care and our detailed workspace plan that provides customers with a 2D or 3D Computer Assisted Design (CAD) service to experience new products before they arrive. It is an essential sales tool for any customers who already sell within this category or want to explore it as a growth opportunity. For resellers with customers who are looking for fabrics to match their logos and brand colours, we also offer a bespoke fabric service. Products that are available in a variety of fabrics and colours are highlighted in the catalogue with a colour swatch.”
Adrian Butler, VOW’s MD, added: “Many of our resellers may not know, but we have a fully equipped interior solutions and furniture showroom that is centrally located and we want our resellers to take advantage of it. They can come and visit us and bring their prospective and new customers for a guided tour. The showroom has been designed to help our resellers select the correct products for their customers and also get more familiar with the expanding range in this category.”
The VOW Workspace Catalogue also features useful editorial articles to arm resellers with valuable information and corresponding products around the topics of decluttered workspaces, small office home office environments, sit-stand desks, transforming spaces and ergonomics.
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Written on 19th April 2017
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