The Queensland capital will be getting a taste of TETRA next month at the new Brisbane Powerhouse.â€¨â€¨
September 22nd, 2009
October will see the launch of botton + gardiner’s Brisbane presence, as they bring their energetic, approachable style to the vibrant city.
Established in 1995, the Australian furniture design and manufacturing company has traditionally had a strong focus on customer service and product development, recently launching the TETRA seating range at Saturday in Design with much success. ’¨
With these strongholds in place, the company is moving forward with a long-term expansion strategy. “Besides offering great products we wish to have a strong presence and ability to meet the local market needs. Our goal is to be part of improving the public space Australia-wide,” says company co-founder, Mike Botton.’¨
The Brisbane launch will take place at Brisbane Powerhouse with the office already fully functioning in the capable hands of Queensland Accounts Manager, Carolyn Little.’¨
Carolyn is a new member to the team this year, her 20 years of experience in sales and BDM roles providing a strong foundation for establishing relationships in the Queensland state.
In addition to botton + gardiner’s current offices and agents in Sydney, Perth, Singapore and Dubai, the Brisbane design community will now be introduced to the range of quality designed public area furniture, including tables, bins, accessories and seating.’¨
The Brisbane market, with its strong growth in the design sector, will find TETRA a perfect public, hospitality and commercial seating option, with numerous finishes and configurations available.
botton + gardiner will be holding a launch event at the Brisbane Powerhouse on 14 October 2009. For more information on attending the event, you can contact them through their website.
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