Cleveland, Ohio (PRWEB) May 31, 2012
The team behind Home Office Direct, http://www.homeofficedirect.com, will be visiting the National Exposition of Contract Furnishings (NeoCon) 2012 trade show from June 11 – 13, 2012 at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago, Illinois.
“NeoCon is North America’s largest design exposition and conference for commercial interiors,” according to their official website at http://www.neocon.com. The conference will feature over 120 seminars and forums, keynote speakers, and over 700 showrooms and exhibitors. Estimated attendance is over 40,000 professionals. The NeoCon trade show began in 1969 in Chicago and has since expanded to include shows in Baltimore and Canada.
Thousands of new products will be launched at the trade show from a variety of industries ranging from healthcare to hospitality to corporate to residential.
Home Office Direct is an online furniture retailer that began in 1997 and started as the collaboration between Jeff Aarons, a professional in the commercial and contract office furniture business, and Tom Weisman, a non-practicing physician with a graduate degree in systems engineering. The combination of Jeff’s furniture industry experience and Tom’s expertise with e-commerce and website design has created a successful online business that offers shoppers quality products at low prices.
Since Home Office Direct’s success, the team has also moved into the eco-friendly, sustainable, “green” market with the Green Products Site, at http://www.thegreenproductsite.com. All products sold through the Green Products Site meet one or more of the site’s green standards – a green manufacturing process, the use of eco-friendly materials, and/or green certifications. Interested parties can visit the website for more information and to learn more about going green.
Home Office Direct’s representatives at the NeoCon 2012 trade show hope to identify new industry trends in home office furniture and eco-friendly products, as well as to make new contacts with furniture manufacturers and retailers for networking purposes.