The Power Ladies Of The Furniture Industry Meet Up At Human Touch Headquarters
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Human Touch, the world’s leading designer, producer and marketer of innovative, high-quality, robotic massage and healthy lifestyle products, hosted some of the power ladies of the furniture industry at an event in their corporate headquarters. The purpose of the event was for the attendees to share their “Best Practices” in the display, marketing, sales training and advertising of Human Touch products. In addition, time was spent in a session in the Human Touch Research, Development and Innovation lab on how Human Touch designs and develops product, quality and life tests product and then ultimately brings a quality branded product to the consumer.
“Human Touch takes a fresh approach by focusing on the technological and health oriented aspects of the product, working towards innovation. There are not enough manufacturers in this industry that devote the amount of energy and perfection to the design and marketing of the product as Human Touch does. The visit to Long Beach confirmed that although the competition of shiatsu massage is growing, Human Touch will remain the leader of the category.
Thanks to open discussion amongst the group and an enthusiastic Human Touch team, we have new training and marketing materials coming to help us grow our business. Hearing about the successes of other retailers gives me ideas that I can implement at home”. – Tara Davis East, Upholstery Buyer, Haynes Furniture
The Power Ladies – From left to right : Vickie Davis – Human Touch, Director National Furniture Accounts; Nancy Christiansen – Art Van Furniture, Amy Cooper – Furniture Fair, Teri Whittaker – R. C. Willey, Elizabeth Mennell – Slumberland, Ann Parmenter – Nebraska Furniture Mart, Rhonda Wolf – Havertys, Heidi Jewell – Star Furniture, Tara Davis East – Haynes Furniture, Deb Linkhorn – Morris Furniture