Saturday, September 26, 2020

Workspace design company expands in the Midlands

Chameleon Business Interiors is expanding into the Midlands and has welcomed Stephanie Hays to its growing team as Business Development Manager for the region.

Based in Nottingham, Stephanie joins Chameleon with 12 years’ experience in the industry.

Stephanie said: “During my career, I’ve specialised in furniture and I’ve always lived and worked in the Midlands – so I understand the local market and what people here want and need from Chameleon’s services.”

She continued: “I’m particularly interested in workplace health and wellbeing – which are of course hot topics at the moment! I was attracted to Chameleon as the team here also shares these interests and recognises the importance of designing for people.

“In my new role, I’m hoping to engage with companies in the Midlands who are looking to transform their current or new workspaces and are looking to inject that ‘little something extra’.”

With offices across the UK and Canada, Chameleon is now looking to expand its client base with new and exciting projects.

Chairman, Shaun Watts said: “We’re an ambitious and growing business, but we’ve always had people at the heart of everything we do. We’ve delivered a number of successful projects in the Midlands, so are delighted to welcome Steph to the team to aid our expansion into the region.”

Shaun continued: “The industry is now emerging from a period of uncertainty, working hard to emerge stronger than before. I’m confident that our fantastic team will support this effort and look forward to working on some exciting new projects in the Midlands.”

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