COAST TO COAST: WallGoldfinger Expands Representation to California

2015.0914.Re-S.David RivettiWallGoldfinger, a maker of high-end corporate furniture, has expanded its sales force to the West Coast through the addition of independent manufacturers’ representative David Rivetti of California.

Distributed nationally, WallGoldfinger’s boardroom tables, credenzas and more are represented by a sales team at the company’s Vermont factory as well as in New York; Washington, D.C.; throughout the Midwest in Ohio, Chicago, Kentucky, Michigan and Indiana; and in the Southeast in South and North Carolina.

Through the addition of Rivetti, WallGoldfinger not only expands its representative footprint to the West Coast but gains incredible experience and brand recognition.

A native of Western Pennsylvania, Rivetti learned architectural woodworking and furniture design at the former Coffey School of Fine Woodworking in East Poultney, Vt., and went on to work at WallGoldfinger, then named Union Woodworkers.

His woodworking career quickly burgeoned. He moved to New York City, opened his own woodworking company building high-end cabinetry for several years before transitioning to the contract furniture market. He held corporate sales and marketing management positions in New York City; acquired Knoll International distribution rights in Pittsburgh, Pa., building a large business; and then moved to California where he was a managing director in San Francisco for the largest Steelcase dealer on the West Coast.

Nearly two decades in facilities and construction management, construction industry business development, and high end construction supplies representation has followed.

In July Rivetti launched his own representative company, David Rivetti Manufacturers Representative, in Los Gatos in the San Francisco Bay Area where he represents a pair of high-end residential suppliers, Riviera Bronze and Renaissance Woodworks, as well as representing the high-end contract furniture company that gave him his start – WallGoldfinger.

“WallGoldfinger is the best of the best when it comes to creating corporate furniture. For the distinguished thinkers and leaders of the San Francisco Bay and Silicon Valley areas, WallGoldfinger’s furniture with its integrated technology will be commanding a presence in this niché market,” said Rivetti, who has “come home” to WallGoldfinger.

“We’re excited to be increasing our presence on the West Coast and to have Dave back on the WallGoldfinger team,” said John Wall, WallGoldfinger owner and chief executive officer. “He brings decades of industry experience and a true understanding of the integrity and craftsmanship that goes into each piece of furniture that we create.”

Contact Rivetti at as his new business at 408-596-0437.

Learn more about WallGoldfinger online at or by calling 802-483-4200.

About WallGoldfinger

Founded in 1971, WallGoldfinger designs, engineers, manufactures and installs the world’s finest executive furniture, including custom boardroom and conference tables, lecterns and credenzas and meticulously-crafted Arbor and Summit product lines. Built for today’s business people, WallGoldfinger’s furniture solutions are innovatively designed to integrate the latest communication technology, built with responsibly-sourced materials and made in the United States in a state-of-the-art facility in Randolph, Vt. WallGoldfinger products are displayed in a New York City showroom and sold to top corporate, institutional and government decision makers in collaboration with leading architects.

Nationally known for its work with Fortune 500 corporations, leading financial and insurance institutions, large law firms, universities and government agencies, WallGoldfinger clients include the White House, New York Stock Exchange, International Monetary Fund and the United Nations.

The company’s vision is to be a leader in offering innovative, functional and unique furniture solutions to corporate customers worldwide with the values of quality, customer service, ethics, integrity and sustainability at the forefront of all it does. Learn more online at