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Sofa Company Not Putting Its Feet Up After Record Year
Despite the economic climate affecting businesses globally, English Sofas, who are based in Bacup, Lancashire, have recorded record profits after a year which saw them introduce new ranges and products.
English Sofas, who are based in Bacup, Lancashire, have recorded record profits after a year which saw them introduce new ranges and products.
The company, which operates both premium and budget ranges, introduced their Art Deco range which has been endorsed by TV presenter Alison Cork.
They also developed their own products for cleaning and rejuvenating leather furniture. The range is now on sale through Aldi and other supermarket chains.
To further bolster their success, they received large orders from Newquay Airport, Merry Hill Shopping Centre and several Royal Air Force Bases.
English Sofas Managing Director Sam Neumann said: “It’s really been a good year for all areas of the company.
“We’ve accomplished a lot in terms of design and development as well and sales figures for all our ranges have been strong.”
Many furniture companies suffered as a result of the economic downturn, but Sam feels that his company actually benefited from the slump:
“In the past, people would have held off on buying a sofa during a recession. They would have been wary of entering into credit agreements with large firms.
“But with our budget range, we can offer clients an affordable choice without them having to compromise on quality or style.”
For more information, visit English Sofa’s website at: http://www.english-
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