New Gunlocke Business Development Manager: Greater Philadelphia
Bringing 18 years of design industry experience to Gunlocke, Emily Allen joins the leading contract furniture manufacturer as business development manager for the Greater Philadelphia region. In this role, she will work to strengthen the company’s position in her market, identifying opportunities to increase brand awareness and grow sales.
Previously to Gunlocke, Allen served as an A&D manager for Humanscale, where she focused on developing relationships with the architecture and design community and driving new business. She also managed A&D team members in the Washington, D.C., and Atlanta regions. Additionally, she also has held positions with Cubellis, H2L2 and Vitetta.
Allen has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design from Arcadia University. She is an NCIDQ-certified designer. Allen also is a member of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) and the CREW Network for women in commercial real estate.
For more information about Gunlocke, contact 1-800-828-6300 or visit www.gunlocke.com.
Since 1902, The Gunlocke Company leads the industry in designing, manufacturing and marketing private office and collaborative contract furniture for professional services clientele and other office environments. Specializing in casegoods, seating and tables, the company carries forward a tradition of quality craftsmanship, technical expertise and features the Gunlocke Advantage – legendary support for dealers, architects, designers and their clients, all backed by the industry’s strongest warranty. The Gunlocke name stands for lasting design integrity, uncompromising manufacturing excellence, and enduring substance, communicating status in meaningful ways. Nine U.S. presidents and leading business decision makers have made the company’s products their choice.
Gunlocke invites its partners and customers to visit one or more of its showrooms, strategically located in Chicago, Dallas, New York City and Washington, D.C., as well as at its headquarters in Wayland, New York.