HBF + HBF Textiles Add Kin Reps to West Coast Sales Team
HBF and HBF Textiles are growing their West Coast sales footprint, adding the Kin Reps sales firm to the team. With a focus on Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Montana, Idaho, and Hawaii, Kin will showcase HBF’s rich offering of timeless furniture pieces to designers and architects, as well as share HBF Textiles’ dynamic fabrics. The Kin team will work in collaboration with HBF and HBF Textiles Western Regional Sales Manager Shelley Dunnigan, who is based in San Francisco.
“Kin is a true expert in the commercial interiors industry,” explains HBF Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Jodi Dykstra. “HBF and HBF Textiles are both built on quality and craftsmanship, and the Kin team values these key design elements. We’re confident that their experienced sales force will be able to engage the market with HBF’s rich history and exceptional products.”
The independent manufacturers representative firm Kin is led by Kyle Rudkin and Amy Rudkin and is headquartered in Seattle, Washington. They cover the commercial, A&D, healthcare, hospitality, education, and government markets, with a focus on building longlasting relationships with their partners and client. The Kin staff share a combined 60 years of industry experience, solidifying their expertise and in-depth knowledge of commercial interiors.
HBF reveals the intentionality of design in everything we make through attention to detail and impeccable service. Our expertise comes from understanding how furniture creates relationships between people, environments, and objects — a holistic perspective for living and working. Part of a two-hundred year legacy of furniture manufacturing within North Carolina, HBF produces many of our products locally in Hickory N.C. HBF is recognized for its innovative design and craftsmanship; we collaborate with leading designers to produce furniture with an emphasis on craft, comfort and sustainability. For more information visit: www.hbf.com.
About HBF Textiles
HBF Textiles gives dimension to the lives and spaces of users, designers and communities through the essential qualities of fabric. Our expertise comes from understanding the inherent qualities of fabric—yarn, dyeing, spinning, structure and weave. What we produce is not just textiles, but a larger web of relationships. Weaving textiles together with manufacturing and production, we are part of a two hundred year old legacy of textile manufacturing within North Carolina. And, with like-minded mills and collaborators––locally and globally––we explore together the myriad of possibilities of what fabric can be. Visit us at: www.hbftextiles.com.