Workspace interiors was formed in 2003 and have had great success over the last 7 years. This can seen by the long list of clients that we have worked with. We have some great partners in the office furniture and seating capitals of Europe, DVO, Hag, Emmegi, Kastel, Levira, MHR Designs to name but a few.
Our emphasis is and will always be about good design at affordable prices. Over the last 3 years we have seen our market shrink by over 40% and like many other companies we have had to ensure we focus on customer service to keep our extensive client base that we have enjoyed. As always we continue to support Irish industry by buying Irish where possible and we have 60% Irish content in our offer.
We employ 10 full time staff and while we have reduced our staff levels over recent times we hope to recruit again to the numbers we once had before the domestic market collapsed. We also subcontract works to another 40 Irish men and women.
Thankfully three years on we are still in business and have a new energy that is bore out of a hunger to be the best at what we do supported by the best manufactures in Europe. We are invigorated by the success we have had not just in the last 7 years but more importantly the last three years. We believe that Ireland is and has to bounce back. Normal business has to continue. We simply don’t have a choice.
In WorkSpace Interiors our aim over the next 5 years is to grow our business 15% annually, and offer our customers even more choice not just with the office furniture systems that we offer but with the services. Please sign up to what’s new in work space to be updated on our new products, services and company updates. See workspace on twitter, Facebook and view our new updated website.
I am passionate about my business and always welcome your comments, advice please tell me if you feel we are doing a good job or if we need to improve in areas.
Thank you for taking the time to visit our website. I hope that we can assist you in completing your business interior.
Mark Reid, Managing Director