With the emergence of new office spaces worldwide because of rising employment, complemented by increased spending on office interiors to improve workforce productivity, the global office furniture market is seen to expand by 6.7 per cent annually through 2024. This uptrend presents vast opportunities for Zenith Interiors, Australia’s longest-standing manufacturer of leading-edge commercial and corporate furniture. Zenith is noted for continually researching global workplace trends and closely collaborating with interior designers and clients to create the most effective environment for working and learning.
“What sets us apart is the combination of our strong focus on research and development (R&D), manufacturing and project delivery that gives us the ability to engineer solutions to meet the requirements of our clients,” says Greg McDonell, Managing Director. “We seek to address our clients’ challenges and opportunities associated with new modes of working and learning as technology progresses.”
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