HBF & HBF Textiles Welcomes Jodi Consani as A&D Manager

Jodi Consani

HBF and HBF Textiles have added a dynamic addition to their Chicago sales force with a new Architecture and Design Manager, Jodi Consani. Jodi will be responsible for achieving sales growth and maximizing client objectives. Her deep experience in both marketing and design makes her a valuable member of the HBF and HBF Textiles teams.

“We are thrilled to welcome Jodi Consani as our new Architecture and Design Manager for Chicago,” states HBF Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Jodi Dykstra. “Her strong customer relations, project management and account direction skills are a perfect fit for HBF and HBF Textiles.”

Bringing 19 years of work experience within the contract furniture industry, Jodi represents a determined, organized and knowledgeable addition for HBF and HBF Textiles. After she received her BBA in Marketing at Davenport University, Jodi held sales roles at Maharam and Designweave. Most recently, Jodi was the founder and designer for Consani Collective. In her new role as Architecture and Design Manager, Jodi will be headquartered in the company’s Merchandise Mart-based Chicago showroom.

About HBF

HBF reveals the intentionality of design in everything they make through attention to detail and impeccable service. Their 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 their products locally in Hickory N.C. HBF is recognized for its innovative design and craftsmanship; they 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. Their expertise comes from understanding the inherent qualities of fabric — yarn, dyeing, spinning, structure and weave. What they produce is not just textiles, but a larger web of relationships. Weaving textiles together with manufacturing and production, they 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––they explore the myriad of possibilities of what fabric can be. Visit us at: www.hbftextiles.com.