The HÅG brand was a hit in the month of November across the four states – Darwin, Brisbane, Sydney and Canberra.
November 27th, 2009
Iken officially launched their new chairs, FUTU and CAPISCO, to the Australian design industry with cocktail functions in all states.
Darwin: guests enjoyed fine canapés and drinks at the Waterfront, Darwin Convention Centre.
Sydney: the Iken showroom was transformed to feature the HÅG chairs in an intimate setting.
Canberra: guests went cruising on the Lake Burley Griffin for the showcase with lunch, drinks and a light massage.
Brisbane: the first ever ‘office chair basketball game’, HÅG CAPISCO BASKETBALL CHALLENGE held at Peugeot Brisbane (a proud supporter of Iken’s events). The event also raised funds for the Midnight Basketball Charity helping ‘at risk’ youths in Australia.
With the success of the first match, Iken and HÅG will be taking the HÅG CAPISCO BASKETBALL CHALLENGE to Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne in 2010.
Click here to register your interest to take part in the challenge! (link to email@example.com)
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