How has the remote work environment changed the needs of businesses? In what ways are companies changing their workplace settings? What type of workspaces appeal to younger generations?
The needs and demands from five generations, changing global economics, corporate consolidations, hi-tech growth, and work-at-home — as a reality — demands new ideas for office space planning and the furniture designs that meet the requirements for both profit and harmony. Fred Coon, SC&C CEO, interviews Robert Carucci, Regional General Manager, North America for Crown Companies on the future of offices, spatial considerations, and the changing demands for the furniture industry.
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About the Guest:
Robert Carucci is a respected leader with demonstrated skill in the areas of: business development, logistics/3PL, relocations, freight forwarding, warehousing, and supply chain management.
Presently, Robert is the North American Regional General Manager of Crown Worldwide Group, overseeing Crown Logistics, Crown Workspace, and Crown Fine Art divisions. He also oversees the Crown Relocations and Crown Records Management brands based out of the organizations’ Eastern Region. Joining Crown in 2016, Robert served as the General Manager of New York for all five divisions and was quickly promoted to his new position in January, 2019. Prior to joining Crown, Robert held various leadership positions with UPS, XPO Logistics (overseeing IKEA delivery and assembly operations), Brinks, and Herman Miller. Robert resides in New York City and is based in Crown’s Keasbey, NJ office. Robert holds a B.A. degree from Marist College and is currently completing his Master’s Degree in Business Administration.
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