The “showroom&store” provides an in-person experience in which customers can speak with an ergonomic seating specialist while trying a number of seating systems to fit their individual needs. ergoCentric has also launched an online chair fitting tool, which allows customers to input their body measurements from home and have a chair fitted without leaving their home.
“As Ontario reopens its economy, people are gradually heading back to the office. We’ve learned from a recent Angus Reid survey that 66 per cent of Canadian workers want a hybrid model of work, giving them flexibility to choose whether they work at home or in the office. I believe this will increase the demand for ergonomic workstations as people continue to invest in their home offices,” said Terry Cassaday, Founder and CEO of ergoCentric.
“Our new showroom&store in Mississauga will serve and educate our customers west of Toronto. People can try and be fitted for an ergonomic office chair in person before making their purchase. Our unique, modular manufacturing system enables us to fit virtually 100% of the population with a properly fitted ergonomic task chair.”
Founded in 1990, the brand has since expanded its online and retail footprint to include showrooms in the King Edward Hotel on King Street and the Yorkdale Shopping Centre.