BOONTON, NJ—Dauphin announced its recent alignment with IDC as a Provincial Member to help advance the profession across Canada and help educate the public about interior design.
“We believe in IDC’s mandate to advance this profession that provides creative design solutions by enhancing interior environments and we look forward to promoting our innovative furnishings for Dynamic Spaces to this community,” stated COO, Stuart Rogers-Brown.
Dauphin recently restructured its Canadian Division and hired industry insider, Jennifer Cummins, as regional business manager. Under her leadership, and Dauphin’s new affiliation with IDC, the company is looking forward to growing in Canada and embracing the design and dealer community as it has done in the U.S.
“Industry support of the profession is an important part of IDC’s new mandate to advocate for interior designers globally,” Susan Wiggins, IDC executive director. IDC sees this as a two-way relationship and feels that both organizations will benefit from Dauphin’s participation with IDC.
With renewed drive, Dauphin is positioned to be the leading provider of adaptive furniture solutions that enable people to thrive and connect in today’s interactive environments.
For more information, visit www.dauphin.com or contact Jennifer Commins at: Jennifer.firstname.lastname@example.org or (416) 619-4833.
Dauphin is a leading provider of adaptive furniture solutions that enable people to thrive and connect in today’s interactive environments. Since the founding in 1969, Dauphin has pursued a commitment to healthy posture by offering products which embody the concept of health and safety in the office. Creative marketing of this principal has been key to its success, and the engine behind Dauphin’s growth to a $200-million enterprise. Active involvement by the company's founding family in all aspects of the company's operation, extensive R&D in the areas of industrial health and design, and adaptability to local market demands will continue to propel the growth of this inventive enterprise which will continue to provide innovative furnishings for dynamic spaces, wherever people connect.