The October High Point Market was well attended, and the “mood” was very good. Great new product was shown and will eventually sell. We hope this “slow down” ends soon, but think one needs to be prepared to ride it out a bit longer than most probably think. Read more in our latest Furniture Insights®.
In 2024, we may return to more normal levels of the economy, but remember, it has always appeared that furniture business has felt the pinch early and is sometimes the last to come out of slow periods. Read more in our latest Furniture Insights®.
Triad firm is recognized by Accounting Today and Best Companies Group for the 13th time in 14 years.
There is some good news out there and comments like “business can be described as good, not great,” make us believe that business has not fallen off like some expected it to do. Read more in our latest Furniture Insights®.
Current words to describe business are “slow” or “soft” or various other adjectives, none of which are very exciting. Large backlogs have kept many recording nice sales levels, but as new orders continue to be less than shipments, sales levels will soon decline as many have already seen. Read more in our latest Furniture Insights®.
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