Glasslab Push Into Glass Whiteboards Market

Date: 21 October 2011
After establishing themselves as a leading glass furniture manufacturer in the industry, GlassLab are now looking to build upon their current success with a push into the growing glass whiteboard market.

Rochdale, Greater Manchester (PRWEB UK) 20 October 2011

The glass furniture manufacturer based in Rochdale, Greater Manchester has worked for many years in the processed glass industry and has developed a sound understanding and respect for their craft, specialising in creating beautiful bespoke, handmade items.

With this knowledge and expertise, they have developed their exclusive range of glass whiteboards, designed to offer a more aesthetically pleasing image and functional approach than existing traditional whiteboards.

As a more contemporary alternative to the traditional models, glass whiteboards are the perfect accompaniment to any modern workspace including offices, boardrooms, schools and colleges. Easy to keep clean and stain resistant, they contrast the stained and grubby appearance of traditional boards and effectively enhance work environments. The Glasslab range of frameless glass whiteboards are completely magnetic, making them an ideal memo board too. The range also includes an anti-bacterial option, which has been included for places where hygiene is a must such as hospitals, doctor surgeries, kitchens and restaurants.

Ian Masterson, Director at Glasslab has said of their recent product launch “We are really proud of our latest range of whiteboards and are excited to see our products used across a plethora of industries. We’ve had really positive feedback from our clients, and believe we have created a workplace essential that successfully marries aesthetics and function”

Initial feedback and sales indicate that Glasslab’s recent addition to their modern glass furniture range is set to be a success, and as the company continue to develop and promote their range, they will be hoping that the success of their products will continue to move from strength to strength.

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