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In the lands of the midnight sun, light is life. That’s why the Nordic design legacy basks in the warm glow of contemporary light fixtures. Copenhagen-based &Tradition illuminates that heritage with designs by yesterday’s masters, today’s leaders, and the talent who may create tomorrow’s classics: Arne Jacobsen, Benjamin Hubert, Jorn Utzon, Kai Linke, Maria Berntsen, Mia Hamborg, Norm, and Pernille Vea, among them. Each fixture is meant to—and made to—endure The company’s guiding principles are Nordic to the core. Tradition and innovation are seamless. Art meets craft. Form and function merge. Material and potential are one.
Why not take a wall to the Wilder side? Aimée Wilder’s wall coverings pump up the volume on pattern and color. Think happy. Be smart. Look charming. Where did Wilder get her fresh sensibility? She’s a graphic designer by trade, and a new a New Yorker born and bred. Her background bridges modern design and print: Dwell, Martha Stewart Living, and Designspace. Her taste runs to typography, logo design, illustration, textiles, toy design, and rock poster art. It all shows. Before she launched her expanding home collection—adding textiles, pillows, and tees—she worked her surface-design magic for many well-known brands, Vans included. And the Wilder side continues, with licensees across the product landscape.
Area is a small independent company that creates products for the modern life. Founded in 1990, throughout its history Area has managed to continuously bring a consequent style and quality product with fresh attitude to the market. What started as a collection of screen-printed cotton duvet covers has expanded into a broad variety of products – from organic cotton sheets to linen duvets, blankets in cozy cotton and baby alpaca, and decorative pillows that add a touch of color or texture to any environment. Based on the modern Scandinavian concept of good design for everyday, Area linens are made to make life easy from an aesthetic point of view as well as maintenance. Factories and natural materials are carefully chosen from around the world to ensure quality goods that last.
Artecnica is a Los Angeles based design company that collaborates with the most established and emerging international designers to create inspiring decorative objects for the living environment. Alongside such talented designers as Tord Boontje, Hella Jongerius and the Campana brothers, we continue to explore vibrant, colorful ways of expressing compelling ideas and bringing delight and discovery to everyday design. Artecnica is committed to considering issues of environmental sustainability and responsible manufacturing. Products are often made with recycled materials and transported in easy-ship flat packages to help reduce our carbon footprint. And our Design with Conscience® program works with artisan communities in developing countries to produce unique handcrafted objects that reflect indigenous skills. This humanitarian approach supports shared work and profit across borders, cultures, races, and religions. Here again, design acts as a catalyst for change, providing an opportunity to help transform the global landscape.
Mark Moussa, a veteran of the home accents business, started Arteriors Home in 1987 after having grown up working in his father's import business. Today Arteriors Home is a leading, award winning wholesale resource available to Designers and Retailers. Arteriors Home's products are a result of a close collaborative effort between the Arteriors Home design team and many manufacturers around the world. Arteriors Home strives to offer unique accessories, furniture and lighting with timeless appeal and a nod to latest trends. Our goal is to deliver the customer an exceptional product and service experience.
What’s the art of living? It’s the art of living with art. Artspace makes that possible, accessible, and affordable. And fun, too. The New York-based site is private gallery, personal curator, and friendly docent—all in one, all on-line, constantly evolving. Membership is free. Subscribers get first dibs on the site’s latest, exclusive, limited-edition and original pieces. Working with the world’s top art resources, Artspace’s curators assemble a constantly evolving, supremely well-edited collection. What’s in it? The world’s finest contemporary art, by recognized artists and rising stars alike. And every sale of artwork on the site directly supports an artist, institution or non-profit.
At BDI, it’s design for all—and all for design. Since Bill Becker launched BDI in 1984, he has become a leader in contemporary home and office design. How? By sweating the details, large and small. BDI engineers its Home Theater furniture to support today’s demanding technology. It was the first to introduce innovations such as hidden wheels, adjustable shelves, cable management, and flow-through ventilation as standard features. In addition to Becker’s own designs, the BDI collection includes unique, functional furnishings and objects. The gist? Occasional tables, shelves, mirrors, and other pieces by Al Glass, Jason Guidry, Louis A. Lara, Noah Packard, Mark Palmquist, Matthew Weatherly, and Cristian Wicha.
Bernhardt Design was founded in 1980 by the 120-year-old Bernhardt Furniture Company and continues to be a leader and innovator in furniture design and production. During the past 10 years, President Jerry Helling has assembled an extraordinary creative team that has positioned Bernhardt Design as one of the leading international design companies with a roster of talent that includes: Ross Lovegrove (London), Arik Levy (Paris), Jaime Hayon (Barcelona), Fabien Baron (New York ), CuldeSac (Valencia), Suzanne Trocmé (London), Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance (Paris), Jeffrey Bernett (New York), Bang Design (Sydney), Fredrikson Stallard (London), and Claudia and Harry Washington (San Salvador). Based in North Carolina, Bernhardt Design participates in numerous initiatives to protect the environment, contribute to its community, and support new generations of creative talent, including an interdisciplinary course at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena and the ICFF Studio program.
Can do? Yes, Blu Dot can. The Minneapolis-based contemporary home-in-one design resource is all about can-do spirit—and delivery. Modern design is all about necessity and invention. For Blu Dot, that’s just the beginning. Form is almost inevitable. It starts with collaboration, and a hands-on, pen-to-paper thought process. It includes materials and means of production. It even involves packaging. From seating to storage, from lighting to rugs to toys and accessories, Blu Dot designs are useful, affordable, and desirable. Blu Dot’s goal? To bring good design to as many people as possible. Can it? Yes, it can. It’s been doing just that since 1997.
In contemporary design, steely resolve and the honed edge are givens. For Carl Mertens, the century-old German tabletop specialist, they’re back-story—and present tense. The family run company started in 1919—as a knife sharpener. Based in a German region known for producing fine stainless steel, it’s long been an insider’s source of superb modern flatware and elegant tools for the table. The firm’s commitment to good design and sound environmental practices endures. And it’s appreciated: since 1964, Carl Mertens has received numerous design awards and honors.
Over ten years ago, New York designer Sandy Chilewich introduced her first woven textiles into the international design community. Each year the collection grows through her tireless experimentation with manufacturing techniques and her passion for the intrinsic beauty and functionality of the material. Now producing a growing range of products using these innovative textiles, Chilewich has unquestionably redefined how the world dresses its tables at home and in the restaurants we visit. These often imitated, but never replicated products, are recognized and revered internationally for their modern design, ease of care and durability. Made almost entirely in the USA, Chilewich products are seen in better stores and in the finest restaurants in the world.
Life on the back burner? Design at low heat? Not for Conmoto, the German producer of contemporary fireplaces, fireplace tools, and outdoor furniture. There’s nothing slow burn about the firm that Johannes Wagner launched in 1998. Since he moved corporate headquarters to the Baroque-era Schloss Möhler, near Gütersloh, in 2002, Conmoto has raged like wildfire across the contemporary design landscape. Working with such creative lights as Carsten Gollnick, Fried Ulber and Studio Vertijet, and its own team of engineers, the firm has won the Good Design, iF, Reddot and other notable awards for innovative indoor or outdoor bio-alcohol fire-places and classic accessories. Talk about irons in the fire.
In modern design, as in modern life, there’s nothing simple about simplicity. Since its inception in 1957, the Italian firm of Danese has helped chart the course of Italian design into the 21st century. Working with such designers as Bruno Munari and Enzo Mari, the company has created a legacy of elegant, innovative, timeless furnishings, lighting, and accessories for everyday use. Each new product, every new collection, addresses the challenge of what’s modern now, and how we will live tomorrow. For Danese, good design is essential. It is inherently sustainable. It offers solutions. It creates intelligent, appealing environments.
we believe that being responsible for your environment means taking care of yourself, those around you, and your world. we manufacture our furniture in our factory in connecticut. this way we can monitor our manufacturing processes and guarantee you that we do the following: -use sustainably harvested hardwoods, and water-based, nontoxic finishes. -employ lean manufacturing systems that dramatically reduce waste and energy. -do not use mdf or particle board. -build in a renovated and restored 1897 factory that is a reclaimed brownfield site. -provide health insurance for our employees. -support the communities where we live and work through charity and volunteered time. together, we take care of our world.
What becomes a design icon most? Emeco, the Hanover, PA-based manufacturer, has found the answer--more than once. Since Emeco introduced the 1006 Navy chair in aluminum in 1944, it has proved, repeatedly, that good design literally lasts a lifetime. Today, Emeco is a maverick in design and sustainability. It’s developed seating by Philippe Starck, Frank Gehry, Adrian van Hooydonk, BMW Design Group Designworks USA, Foster and Partners, Ettore Sottsass, Andrée Putman, Michael Young. With the Coca-Cola Company, it re-launched the Navy 1066 in recycled PET via a process that up-cycles 111 used Coca-Cola bottles per chair. All Emeco chairs are LEED™ compliant, made of 80% recycled aluminum or 65% rPET. As for the chair that put Emeco on the map, it has an estimated 150-year lifespan and a lifetime guarantee. And because the design’s classic, there’s no need to recycle.
Accent your home with authentic found objects direct from Europe. Our collections includes one of a kind conversation pieces that will add warmth and sustainability to your home. Our team travels the continent of Europe attending local markets and trade shows, traversing attic stairs and cellar steps and uncovering abandoned barns and warehouses searcing for hidden treasures. We date our pieces with the help of local experts and museum curators to establish authenticity. Choose from antique glass bottles, wooden vessels or 19th century pottery to create a look that is distinct and timeless.
ferm LIVING is a Danish company that aims at designing and manufacturing interior products with a graphic touch. The product range consists of wallpaper, wall stickers, textiles, kitchen items, a large kids’ collection and much more great stuff to come. ferm LIVING originates from a graphic design agency in Aarhus, Denmark, founded by Trine Andersen in 2005. The company came to life after Trine, mostly for fun, decided to visit a clairvoyant. Trine was quite astonished when the clairvoyant saw a little bird sitting confused on a branch, not knowing which way to fly. This sighting was essential for Trine’s decision to follow her dream of starting her own business. When she then founded ferm, the little bird found knew exactly where to go and now sits on top of the company logo.
Award winning luxury interior accessories brand GAIA&GINO, renowned throughout the world of interiors for their creative inventiveness, was founded in Istanbul, in 2004 by Gaye Cevikel. GAIA&GINO’s success is to collaborate with international design luminaries such as Andrée Putman, Arik Levy, Christian Ghion, Constantin Boym, David Adjaye, Defne Koz, Emir Uras, François Azambourg, Harry Allen, Jaime Hayon, Karim Rashid, Nendo, Sebastian Bergne and Yves Béhar by asking them to combine the use of traditional materials and Turkish handicraft techniques with contemporary design. Its products are sold at the luxury retail and design stores and galleries throughout the world.
ACCESSORIZE!!!! It became the Mantra of the past decade. We at GO HOME took it to heart and hearth. Our roots were sewn at parent company Golden Oldies in Flushing, NY. where patriarch, Mark Weinstein created an antique importing empire 35 years ago. At about the same time first born son Erik arrived. 16 years later he accompanied dad to Europe on a buying trip. Erik was hooked. Not only did he relish in the culture of foreign soil, his fresh keen eye brought exciting new ideas to the table. And one night many years later over a glass of wine GO HOME was conceived. We talked about the importance of home, creature comforts, things that made us feel safe that didn't have to cost a fortune. just how good it feels to light a candle in a beautiful candle stick, how curling up in a chair hugging your favorite pillow lowers your blood pressure. and how these small treasures tie our homes together. It doesn't hurt that wife Pam has been in the design world for many years and helps out whenever needed. Daughter, Lauren keeps us all in line with her sharp organizational skills. Jared, still a college student not only helps with showroom set up but for the past 2 years has traveled with Erik on a number of exotic buying trips. Recently, son in law Eric has been commissioned to get us up to speed with our website. Our family's mission at GO HOME is directly related to your happiness. We sincerely hope that items we find exciting and beautiful from around the world, inspire you and your clients to a new level of: ACCESSORIZE!
Iconic potter, designer, author, and personality Jonathan Adler is dedicated to bringing style, craft and positivity to your home. Adler launched his first ceramic collection in 1994 at Barneys New York. Five years later he expanded into home furnishings, opening his first namesake boutique in Manhattan. Jonathan Adler now has seventeen stores worldwide, a thriving e-commerce site, and a wholesale business boasting over 1,000 locations worldwide. While remaining committed to ceramic design, Jonathan has now grown far beyond the potter’s wheel to become an internationally recognized design brand offering decorative objects, tabletop collections, bedding, bath accessories, gifts, candles, furniture, rugs, pillows, lighting, and most recently handbags. Jonathan’s creativity is fueled by various sources of inspiration: Mid-century modern, art and global pop culture combine to create the signature Adler aesthetic. The company prides itself on its ability to combine a serious design philosophy with a colorful sense of optimism. The guiding motto, “If your heirs won’t fight over it, we won’t make it,” reflects Jonathan’s commitment to impeccable craftsmanship and irreverent luxury.
Knoll® is an unparalleled resource for residential furniture with an unwavering belief in the power and utility of modern design. We define the way a home looks as well as the way it feels, turning rooms of high visibility into places of comfort and distinction. Knoll transforms residential work spaces into places where a person wants to work. Our landmark collaborations with celebrated architects and designers, including Florence Knoll, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Eero Saarinen, Harry Bertoia, Warren Platner, Frank Gehry and others, have led to some of the most influential designs of the twentieth century.
Kosta Boda is one of the world’s leading brands of glassware and art glass. Technology and an understanding of glass have been refined here in the heart of the forests in the Swedish province of Småland ever since 1742. Our glassware is vibrant, bold, innovative and provocative. It stands out and takes center stage. Kosta Boda is true passion.
Kravet Inc., established in 1918, is the industry leader in the to the trade home furnishings industry. This fourth generation family business distributes fabrics, furniture, wall coverings, trimmings, carpets and accessories. The family’s commitment to innovation has helped the company transform from a small fabric house to a global leader, representing brands and designers from all over the world. Kravet Inc. owns Kravet Fabrics, Lee Jofa, Groundworks and GP & J Baker, all high end fabric houses that specialize in style, luxury and exceptional design. In 2011, Kravet Inc. acquired Brunschwig & Fils, a prestigious decorative house founded in 1900 that shares Kravet and Lee Jofa’s legacy of international design, commitment to quality, attention to detail and superb craftsmanship. With locations in North America and worldwide, Kravet Inc. offers the highest level of customer service, quality products and web technology for today’s design professional.
Design should definitely climb the walls. That’s what New Wall believes, and where it enters the design process. The Canadian firm has a passion for distinctive design, deep ties to the Italian luxury goods market, and an extensive background in global import/export. Thanks to its exclusive relationship with Sirpi S.p.A., the renowned Italian wall covering manufacturer, New Wall now sources Marimekko wallcoverings for designers in Canada and the U.S. New Wall’s Marimekko collection offers the best of both worlds, featuring well-known classic prints and hidden gems from the Marimekko archive as well as new designs.
Michael Aram is an internationally renowned designer who has lived and worked in India since 1989. Trained as a painter, sculptor and art historian, Aram has applied his diverse background to the decorative arts. Lyrical and often witty, his work encompasses a range of media and reveals a rich and variant source of inspiration. Aram’s work is also a celebration of craft and age-old handworking traditions. It is the enduring fusion of these ideals - originality, storyline and craftsmanship - that has become the hallmark of this gifted artist.
Mirror Image Home, a designer and manufacturer of home décor, has been producing sophisticated furnishing for twenty years. We pride ourselves in creating classic and contemporary furnishing for the design and retail trade. Our decorative mirrors, framed art and accent furnishing ensure consistent design integrity with timeless beauty and elegance. Mirror Image Home has successfully created its own style that is recognizable by the design trade, lending its own sense of uniqueness to top designers throughout the residential, hospitality, and commercial industry. In addition to our stocked line, Mirror Image Home provides the designer the flexibility to design their own creation, making us a valuable asset to the designer’s creativity and own brand recognition. Our goal is to provide affordable designer furnishing that you will be proud to own, with a quality and reliability that you will surely associate with Mirror Image Home.
Nolen Niu, Inc. was established in 2005 as a custom furniture design and fabrication firm, providing services for retail, residential, and private individuals. The company became well known for its timeliness, quality, and craftsmanship, which soon led to the development of an exclusive collection offered under the Nolen Niu brand. In just a few years, the company has flourished with production facilities located in Los Angeles and deliveries made across the U.S. and internationally as well. The collection is completely manufactured in Southern California and continues to support suppliers across the United States. This insures the integrity and longevity of each piece as well as proper translation of the initial design to final production. An astute attention to detail such as straight seam lines, sharp stitching, and taut surfaces are all characteristics of every Nolen Niu piece manufactured that can be seen, felt, and appreciated.
As a trendsetter in nursery décor since its founding in 2004, Nursery Works has established itself as a purveyor of high-design and cutting-edge juvenile products. Designed for the ultra-chic, Nursery Works products are works of art that combine unique materials, such as acrylic and reclaimed wood, with clever functionality, all while simultaneously exuding a subtle sense of humor in its design.
OFFI & Company was launched in 1997 out of the love for great design. This passion is satisfied by creating simple, beautiful and practical furnishings that address the modern urban lifestyle. OFFI products are created to be multifunctional, comfortable, and at home in any modern home in the world. By guiding and nurturing a group of independent international designers such as Scott Wilson, Karim Rashid, Eric Pfeiffer, TRUCK Product Architecture, Roberto Gil, and Tarantino Design, Offi has launched more than 100 fresh new products in the last ten years. Offi, as well as several of the designers, has won prestigious awards for furniture design during that time. Now offering work surfaces, lounge seating, storage solutions, organization accessories, and a growing "kids" collection, we are committed to delivering great design by continually creating the most innovative furniture solutions for the modern urban lifestyle. OFFI products can be found at the best retailers throughout North America, Europe, and Japan. And after to a recent move from Tiburon, California to Corning, New York (a top 25 arts destination for small cities) Offi had the opportunity to open a showroom, which is open to the public 7 days a week.
Throughout the 20th Century, Swedish art glass has been admired and treasured by a broad public, both in Sweden and internationally. For more than 260 years, Orrefors has won thousands of design and glassmaking awards, and have been collected by individuals and museums and showcased in exhibits and public installations the world over. Click here to see a list of recognitions. But despite the achievements of Edward Hald, Simon Gate and other great designers, it was not until the 1980s that art glass became a self-sufficient product. That was when the Orrefors management decided that the glass of designers who had died or left the glass-works would no longer be produced. At the same time, a decision was made to create a new collection if art glass -- Orrefors Gallery. The idea is to present a new collection of a limited number of pieces in short series at regular intervals. All of the Orrefors designers participate in producing art glass. The Orrefors designers are: Lars Hellsten, Jan Johansson, Helen Krantz, Erika Lagerbielke, Anne Nilsson, Lena Bergstrom, Martti Rytkonen and Per Sundberg. The ambition for all glass from Orrefors is the highest possible quality and exquisite design. This is the same objective that applied more than eighty years ago, when Johan Ekman traveled the long road through the forest, past the quiet farms behind their stonewalls... And if you have once traveled this road, through dark spruce forests, across the open meadows, past the stone walls, past the shining lakes and the sparking brooks, you too will understand what makes it all possible. This where the world's most beautiful glass is created.
Go with the glow. The Danish firm of Porcelight produces a family of lamps that do just that, in the best Nordic. Designed by Erik Magnussen, the fixtures center on a white porcelain lampshade. Opaque by day, the shade emits a warm, golden aura and an excellent down light when the halogen bulb is on at night. Glare free, the lamps work in innumerable applications. Magnussen trained as ceramic artist at the Copenhagen School of Design, graduating with silver medal 1960. The recipient of numerous awards, he has taught at the Academy of Fine Arts. In 1983, the Danish Design Council appointed him designer of the year. His work is shown in museums worldwide.
Some designers can do everything. Italian architect Michele De Lucchi is one of them. De Lucchi set up Produzione Privata in 1990 to develop furniture, lighting, and accessories designed to enhance daily living. His philosophy? Shades of the Bauhaus, with an emphasis on experimentation and close collaboration with artisans. Over the years, the effort has developed into a collection of workshops scattered across Italy. Each specializes in a particular material or process. Each emphasizes the art of craft, and glories in the touch of the hand. Today, the Produzione Privata line encompasses a full range of objects for modern living, in materials ranging from porcelain and glass to metal, wood, and marble.
In the world of outdoor furniture, who’s the original slim shady? Richard Schultz. For a half century plus, Schultz has explored his deep interest in sculptural form and its relation to nature and man. That has led to the production of modern furniture, sculpture, and art furniture. His best-known? The outdoor furniture. The 1966 Collection came first. Designed for Florence Knoll, who wanted well-designed outdoor furnishings made to withstand the corrosive salt air at her Florida home, the pieces are modern icons for an icon of modernism. Schultz continues to create products that he wants to use and live with, products that create new forms, employ new materials, and discover new technologies.
From the very beginning, timeless classics have been created here at SEA Glassworks, always invitingly combining design and function. You will find many lovely objects to use and enjoy, objects that grace your rooms and create a sense of harmony. Our Swedish designers uphold and further develop a mode of expression that has its roots in Swedish design traditions. We also offer a generous selection of superb vases and bowls designed and made in collaboration with florists to suit a multitude of various floral arrangements.
At Sefte, we believe that life is best lived slowly, deliberately, artfully. That relaxation leads to rejuvenation. And that luxury is crafted with passion and patience. Inspired by nature and committed to a world that lives in harmony with its environment, we design exquisite pieces that celebrate both the self and the world beyond. Our pieces are handcrafted by global artisans, using luxurious textiles that are both socially and environmentally sound. Each piece is hand-finished with exquisite quality and detailing.
To surf the worldwide weft of design, hop onto the Stephanie Odegard Collection. Stephanie Odegard produces luxurious, handcrafted contemporary carpets renowned for rich color palettes and up-to-date pattern language. Made primarily in Nepal with time-honored Tibetan techniques, the hand-knotted designs incorporate hand-carded, hand-spun Himalayan wools. Launched in 1987, Odegard today offers carpets and home furnishing accessories from places where she is able to adapt traditional craft techniques to create products of quality and beauty. Her firm also markets Fortuny lamps and lighting sculptures designed by artists. Odegard is a founding board member of GoodWeaveTM, a carpet industry foundation with the only recognized certification program insuring that carpets are made free of child labor. All Stephanie Odegard Collection carpets produced in Nepal bear the GoodWeave label.
Studio Printworks was founded with the philosophy that sophisticated, hand-printed wallpaper adds style and richness to any home, be it a city maisonette or a rustic country cottage. It is with this ideal in mind that we offer high-style designs from diverse moments, places, and hands. In the spirit of the great historic design masters, and with the talents of fine, contemporary artists we create wallpaper, not as quiet backdrop, but as a stimulant for the eye and the soul.
For Rebecca Puig, Sugarboo Designs has been a natural evolution of her overwhelming love for her family and for art. Rebecca holds a Studio Art degree from the University of Georgia. After graduating college in 1996, she worked in a folk art gallery and began experimenting with painting and ceramics. Through the years she continued to develop her unique style and soon after launched her present company, Sugarboo Designs. The name “Sugarboo” is a combination of her nicknames for two of her favorite people – her young children, Jake and Sophie. Rebecca and her husband Rick started Sugarboo in 2002, with a mission of creating products that remind people of the ones they love – a mission accomplished in every lovingly crafted piece that bears the Sugarboo name.
For more than 35 years, Surya has been synonymous with high quality, innovation and luxury. Our designers have masterfully created some of the most cutting edge and versatile pieces to bring out the best in every room. Encompassing their expert understanding of the latest trends in fashion and interior design, each product is a perfect combination of color, pattern and texture to accommodate the widest range of tastes. With Surya, the best in design and quality is at your fingertips.
At Wedgwood, modern design is 250 years young—and counting. The quintessentially English manufacturer of fine and bone china, earthenware, flatware, giftware, and accessories, Wedgwood is tradition—the tradition of innovation. Since potter Josiah Wedgwood opened the doors of his namesake business in 1759, Wedgwood has produced timeless tableware and accessories. The company still sticks to its founder’s superior standards of design, craftsmanship, and quality. Today Wedgwood’s design teams also work with external designers for cross-pollination of ideas and experience. In partnership with Jasper Conran and Vera Wang, among others, the company has produced tableware that captures what’s modern now, and tomorrow—it’s your grandmother’s china, your china, and your grandchildren’s china, too.
Spicher and Company is a leading manufacturer of framed artwork. It is our goal to provide the most current design options at an affordable price. We display our products in key Market Centers throughout the United States. Through our leading edge design and reputation we have acquired key positions in the market place.