To address the evolving workplace, Staples is launching Staples Studio, an in-store concept that offers customers access to a collaborative workspace with private or shared offices, community kitchens and meeting rooms, and a range of additional membership benefits.
For the Spring High Point Market, the Dorel Industries Ameriwood Home division will emphasize small office/home office products in what it characterizes as a Soho statement.
Office Depot recently expanded its print and copy services with the placement of thousands of new Xerox units, from walk-up multifunction printers to high-end production devices and personalization software, in retail stores and regional production facilities nationwide.
Office Depot is now a certified installation partner for Google and Nest smart home devices. Through the new service, customers can not only buy their Google Home Minis and Nest cameras, thermostats and more from Office Depot, they can also have them installed and connected to their other smart home devices as well.
Trending designs at the summer Las Vegas Market include desks and TV stands, which are staging a comeback both in terms of fashion and function.
As summer rolls on, Staples is introducing the company’s 2018 back-to-school collection, which it describes as an extensive assortment of national name brand and exclusive products at affordable prices available in stores across the U.S. and online.
Target continues to expand Chip and Joanna Gaines’ Hearth & Hand With Magnolia assortment. The retailer has rolled out more than 40 pieces touted as workspace and organization products.
Dorel’s Ameriwood Home division is expanding its task-related home office furniture collections.
Fellowes Brands has introduced a new sit/stand desk-topper workstation, the Lotus DX, developed to help more people make the switch to an active work style.
As it displays fresh furniture products, Twin-Star International will unveil its new company brand and logo at the winter Las Vegas Market, running January 28 to February 1.