April 15, 2021
The winners of this year's International Furniture Leadership Awards 2020/2021 and International Interior Design Awards 2020/2021 have been announced, with Picket&Rail claiming the Overall Best Company awards for both categories.
We are the sole company to have qualified for both categories out of the 14 corporate awardees from Asia Pacific, Middle East, Europe and North America.
We are proud to be recipients of the world's most prestigious international furniture award program. We extend our gratitude to the organizer, Furniture&Furnishing Export International for bringing together a distinguished panel of judges, including industry authorities, management strategists, and renowned academics from all over the globe.
The award criteria requires excellence in leadership and management strategies, marketing and branding, human capital and development, business and operational process as well as financial performance and wealth management.
As a local SME weathering through the unprecedented times due to Covid-19, we are honoured to receive unwavering support from our loyal customers and partners.
Picket&Rail will continuously strive to provide the best furniture for every room in every home, expand the business to new heights and look into the future of the furniture industry.
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