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The mattress salesman is not your friend



Make your home a money-making machine Las Vegas, Nevada, February, 2018 – It’s not everyday a person can find financial freedom in the furniture business. It’s even rarer to find it from the comfort of one’s home–or better still–from the

Steinhoff CEO/CFO Step Down

Markus Jooste, CEO for Steinhoff and Ben la Grange acting CFO, both step down under growing concerns about accounting irregularities. Markus led Steinhoff on a great run acquiring companies and growing Steinhoff into the second largest retailer in all of

The Company That Owns Mattress Firm Is Plunging After Its CEO Resigned

Steinhoff International Holdings NV plunged after its chief executive officer resigned amid accounting irregularities, rocking a company that’s rapidly expanded from its roots in South Africa into a retail empire spanning Australia, Europe and the U.S. The owner of the France-based

Industry News affecting the Furniture Revolution

The Rise and Fall of Steinhoff, South Africa’s Global Retailer By  Janice Kew December 6, 2017, 4:46 AM PST Steinhoff International Holdings NV, founded in 1964 as a German furniture seller, morphed into a South Africa-based retailer with global ambitions.

Company Acquires License & Marketing Rights for Simmons

iDealFurniture acquires License & Marketing Rights of a company in Business for 147 years, with the greatest Name Recognition in the Furniture Industry…Guess who? Click HERE and listen to the Company webinar Announcement and details. http://www.meetingburner.com/b/nemg/watch?c=G8H4SI&h=f

The Internet has made the Mattress Business even sleazier


What’s wrong with the Mattress Industry? (everything)


The Furniture Chamber of Commerce to Sign Up 5000 New Entrepreneurs, Absolutely Free

Retail stores are bleeding and dying, yet the Furniture Chamber of Commerce is a Beacon of Light in a dismal battlefield. Corporate furniture and mattress firms, continue to offer lower quality mattresses for higher prices and cheap Chinese furniture, that

Cashing in on the Retail Furniture Apocalypse

Back in 1982 when I opened my first owner operated furniture/mattress business, my main competition was Sears & JC Penny’s. There was no such thing as National Mattress or Furniture Chains and not many Independents, specializing in mattresses. Gradually, the