Off the Wall celebrates a decade in business

British TV furniture manufacturer Off the Wall has celebrated 10 years in business and used the recent Euronics Showcase at the NEC to thank customers.

The company recently expanded distribution into the US and Latin American markets. It is now in discussion with a company to open up distribution on a pan-European platform later this year.

Back in 2006, Maxwell’s of Northallerton became the first retailer to start selling Off the Wall TV stands. Paul Burton [son of founder Bill Burton] said: “The fact that Off the Wall are still going strong and we’re still buying their product is testament to what a great product they have.”

Phil McDonald [pictured centre with Bill and Paul Burton to his left and right] was one of the company’s first customers and he later joined it as a sales manager, which he has worked as for the past eight years.

Joint owners Oliver Mitchell and Jason Stebbens put their success since starting out 10 years ago down to “our high quality, no-compromise products made in Yorkshire with most components also sourced locally, together with high-quality service and after sales support to both our retail customers and end users”.

Mr Mitchell added: “The show seemed a fitting platform to celebrate our 10th birthday. Business with Euronics members in 2015 was almost 80 per cent up on the previous year, which I guess proves our products and distribution model, linked to providing a high level of customer support to this important sales channel, is working”.

The company also reached another milestone with its best-selling Origin stand seeing its 30,000th stand produced. It has also seen year-on-year growth and a number of OEM contracts.

Pictured top (L to R): Bill Burton, Phil McDonald, Paul Burton