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Moveable offices: How tables, chairs on wheels can transform workspaces

Mobile floorplans surged in popularity during the pandemic. Businesses are opting for flexible designs, which allow employees to quickly rearrange office spaces with minimal effort. Long ago, hotels and conference centers adopted mobile floorplans as a means of maximizing revenue. Staff can transform large interior spaces, like a ballroom, to host an education conference one …

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Five trends in office design, office furniture for 2021

Southwest Florida businesses are changing the look and feel of their offices. They want to create functional, productive workplaces that also offer safety and comfort for employees, customers and clients. COVID-19 changed the office environment in 2020. As 2021 begins, OFDC Commercial Interiors notes five trends in office design and furniture that are redefining the …

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B2B companies play critical role in growing local economy

Note: “Small Business Saturday” is Saturday, Nov. 28. Joe Gammons, President of OFDC Commercial Interiors, authored the following guest opinion that was printed in The News-Press and other publications across Southwest Florida. Consumers have long been encouraged to “buy local.” Doing so supports your local economy by providing local jobs and generating local tax revenue. …

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Cubicle comeback: COVID-19 sparks return of cubicles to offices across Southwest Florida

Cubicles became popular during the late 1960s and 1970s, giving office workers a defined space of their own. It offered a sense of privacy that until that point was only enjoyed by corner suite executives.  Then in the early 2000s, Silicon Valley tech giants broke the partition mold and replaced cubicles with portable workstations. Laptop-toting employees could plop down on sofas, cafeteria-style tables and bar stool seating, sharing conversations and …

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Ergonomics in the office: Six reasons why it’s important for your business

October is National Ergonomics Month, which promotes the science, application and profession through teaching, learning, networking and service. Ergonomics emerged as a science during the 1800s, but its popularity in the workplace stretches back just a few decades. By definition, ergonomics is the science behind design that allows people to work efficiently and safely. While …

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