Harrington takes Airsprung helm
- Harrington resigns from Airsprung Beds. // Cabinet Maker;12/6/2002, Issue 5316, p4
Reports on the resignation of Stephen Harrington as marketing director of Airsprung Beds Co. in Great Britain. Views of the board of directors on Harrington's resignation; Contributions of Harrington to the company; Problems in labor shortages experienced by the company.
- New beds md for Airsprung. // Cabinet Maker;1/31/2003, Issue 5322, p1
Reports on the appointment of Paul Lamb as marketing director of Airsprung Beds in Great Britain.
- Lisanti buys into Airsprung. // Cabinet Maker;10/7/2005, Issue 5459, p4
Reports that Airsprung chief executive Tony Lisanti, has bought a percentage of shares of the company in a deal in Great Britain. Purpose of Lisanti for buying a share; Benefits for Lisanti; Refusal of Lisanti on the issue that the current trading price overvalued the company.
- Airsprung unveils showroom latest. // Cabinet Maker;06/30/2000, Issue 5194, p3
Informs on Great Britain-based Airsprung's unveiling of its showroom at the 2000 At Home Event.
- A charitable day off. // Cabinet Maker;12/13/2002, Issue 5317, p33
Focuses on the move of Airsprung Beds to establish a day off work contest.
- Airsprung looks forward to '98. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;12/05/97, Issue 5067, p6
Highlights the financial performance of Airsprung for the quarter ending September 30, 1997. Decline in profits; Profits reported by its divisions.
- New brands for Airsprung. // Cabinet Maker;6/23/2006, Issue 5493, p6
The article reports on the plan of Airsprung Beds to create two sub-brands in an effort to get more mid-market custom to rival its entry-level dominance in Great Britain. According to Tony Lisanti, the CEO of Airsprung Beds' parent company Airsprung Furniture Group, the new Airsprung Beds brand...
- Promotion for Anderson. // Cabinet Maker;03/05/99, Issue 5128, p3
Reports on the promotion of John Anderson as managing director of Airsprung Beds.
- Airsprung is looking up. // Cabinet Maker;6/7/2002, Issue 5290, p4
Details the plans of Airsprung to reposition its upholstery and bed companies in an attempt to improve its sales in Windsor, England. Factors contributing to the decline of the sales of Airsprung; Intention of the company to implement a cost reduction scheme; Increase in the demand for pocketed...