In This Issue
Designers and consumers are thinking more these days about healthy products.
By Kenn Busch
“When you value yourself and your time, your client will too,” said ACSP President Wendy Scott.
By Wendy Scott
The president and CEO of Bestar-Bush, Michael Evans’ business mantra is simple and succinct: Behave in a manner that is open, honest and direct. “This pertains to all the stakeholders in our business, our people, our customers, and our suppliers.” It’s a philosophy that has served him well at the New York-based firm, and earned him the respect of those in the industry.
In business, people often talk about a “white knight,” meaning someone who swoops in at the last minute to rescue a struggling or failing company. Bill French is the white knight who rescued Wood-Mode in 2019 after its long-time ownership suddenly shut the doors.
A “perfect fit” is how Wendy Scott described her career in the closets and home organization industry. The Association of Closet & Storage Professionals (ACSP) president and co-founder of Boutique Closets and Cabinetry, located in New Jersey, has been designing award-winning closet projects for over 15 years.