SAN DIEGO - Soundcast Systems, developer and manufacturer of high-performance wireless music systems, has hired Jesse Coyer as its new director of Training. The move is part of the San Diego-based company’s accelerated business growth plan.
Jesse started his consumer electronics career in sales at Ultimate Electronics in the 1990s. He advanced to store management and was promoted to general manager in 2004. In 2005, Jesse joined
TUSCALOOSA, AL - Phifer Inc, a global manufacturer of energy-saving sun control fabrics, insect screen products, drawn wire products, engineered meshes, and indoor/outdoor designed furniture fabrics, has launched its updated Web site at www.phifer.com.
Phifer’s newly-designed site features a clean, bright layout with a more streamlined navigation. Paired with the use of social media tools, the Web site provides all visitors with
With the popularity of outdoor upholstery and low maintenance, aluminum frames on the rise, Gloster has designed a stylish outdoor lounge collection to capitalize on current trends. The Vista collection arrives at a competitive price with powder coated aluminum frames inspired by the sleek yachts of the French Riviera.
Items in the Vista Collection feature strong horizontal lines formed into flowing, curved shapes to create a visually
PHILIPPINES - In the wake of the devastating typhoon last month in the Philippines, company officials at furniture manufacturer Pelican Reef made appeals for help to friends, family, and furniture dealers.
Ultimately, relief goods and thousands in cash donations poured in. Factory representatives acknowledged the donations with photos and a thank you note, which said the following.
Thanks to the Donations of Pelican Reef’
Commerce Department estimates for home construction permits showed a 13.9% jump in Oct 2013 as compared to the same period last year. The numbers released this week showed privately-owned housing units authorized by building permits in October were at an adjusted annual rate of 1,034,000—6.2% above the Sept rate of 974,000.
An analysis by CNBC concluded that permits for future U.S. home construction