• Susan Dickenson

Wayfair announces program for business customers

Wayfair Supply available across industries

Wayfair today announced a new program for business customers, the Wayfair Supply Premier Program.

Premier Program members, which includes businesses ranging in size from two employees to 200,000 across a variety of industries, benefit from exclusive pricing andWayfair Supply volume discounts, a personal account manager, and fast and free shipping.

“Beyond our core customer base of consumers looking to furnish and decorate their homes, Wayfair also addresses the specific furnishings needs of businesses and institutions via our WayfairSupply.com destination,” said Melissa Yanagi, director of marketing for Wayfair Supply.

“To meet growing demand across a variety of industries, we are announcing our Premier Program which delivers personalized service for our business customers. The Wayfair Supply Premier Program makes it easier than ever for business owners, corporate purchasing officers, office managers, facility managers and other business professionals to find the furniture and essentials they need, when they need it, at prices they will love.”

The Premier Program  is available across a number of industries including education, hospitality, government, healthcare, property management, non-profit, retail, financial services, and the service industry.

Interior designers, architects, contractors are serviced by the Wayfair Trade Program which extends similar benefits.

The Wayfair family of brands includes Wayfair.com, Joss and Main, AllModern, Birch Lane and Dwellstudio.

Susan DickensonSusan Dickenson | Editor in Chief

Susan Dickenson is the editor in chief of Home Accents Today, where she has spent more than a decade covering trending topics, best practices and news items pertaining to the manufacturing, retail and interior design segments of the home furnishings industry. A graduate of UNC, Dickenson spent 15 years in the Washington, D.C., area, writing and researching in both the public and private sector. After relocating to her native North Carolina in 2003, she freelanced as a writer of general interest, business, garden and home items for local and national publications before joining Home Accents Today in 2006 as retail editor.

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