Stylecraft x Haworth are entering into a long-term partnership in Australia, effective 1st July, 2021 to better serve corporate clients and design firms across Australia.
May 28th, 2021
Stylecraft and Haworth are pleased to announce they have entered into a strategic distribution arrangement, bringing together Stylecraft’s industry-leading design connections with Haworth’s world class contract furnishing solutions and workplace knowledge.
Currently operating across all Australian markets with showrooms in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth, Stylecraft will become an Authorised Haworth Dealer, representing Haworth in Australia. The partnership will establish a more robust market presence for both brands, while continuing to provide premium service and commitment to the Australian design industry.
“Through the new partnership of Stylecraft and Haworth, we will bring a wealth of industry knowledge, a shared commitment for design and innovation, as well continued focus on environmental and social responsibility,” says Anthony Collins, owner at Stylecraft.
“Haworth has a long tradition in working closely with dealers across entire markets like the US, Germany and China for the benefit of our customers,” says Henning Figge, president of Haworth International. “We are convinced to have found in Stylecraft the right partner for doing so also in Australia and are excited about our future mutual journey with them.”
Together both brands are dedicated to enhancing the performance of the Australian commercial and workplace market.
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