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MBBP’s Client Officeworks, and CEO Mark Loughlin, Expanding Into New York City 01/24/2017

Posted by Morse, Barnes-Brown Pendleton in Client News, Manufacturing, Retail & Service.
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MBBP’s client Officeworks, an office furniture dealership and consulting firm based in Boston, is expanding into the New York City office furniture market with current CEO Mark Loughlin and newly hired Principal David Quinn at the helm. Loughlin purchased the company in 2010, and sales began to skyrocket with growth being 10x what it had previously been within five years. Loughlin attributes the company’s success to exceptional customer service and a dynamic working environment that is conducive to new ideas and innovation.

By placing the utmost importance on the employees, Loughlin believes that the company is laying a strong foundation upon which to continue to grow. With Officeworks being one of two authorized dealers of Teknion furniture within the New York City market, this will give the company an edge as they settle into their new environment. However, being that Officeworks was named Teknion Dealer of the Year due to its dominating success and astounding sales growth, it would seem they have had their edge for quite some time, and will continue to prove it in the Big Apple. Congratulations to Officeworks!

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MBBP’s Client Continuum Adding Innovative Solutions To Policy Matters To Its Company Profile 11/16/2016

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Continuum, a client of MBBP, has primarily focused on the design of innovative products since the company’s founding in 1983. However, the organization is now delving into policy matters within the public sector, including public school education and public service employment. Continuum has come forth with a “radical new vision” for the Boston Redevelopment Authority, the municipal planning and development agency for Boston public services. The company is offering fresh ideas in order to develop solutions to long-standing problems such as those within the Boston Public School districts, where the firm is working to “rethink the educational experience” in a project called High School Redesign.continuum-logo-m0371417xb1386

In addition to this educational reformation, Continuum has been shadowing public service workers and commuters, and asking a plethora of questions in order to improve public transportation. The firm has begun building and testing prototypes of devices that will prove integral in Continuum’s goal of improving the lives of the people of Boston.

Continuum is a global innovation design company whose purpose centers around people, as it strives to improve lives through its innovations and to focus on its clients’ bottom-lines. Read the full article for more information.

 

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