Office furniture designer and manufacturer Inscape has announced the appointment of Frank Delfino to its board of directors. Delfino brings his expertise in contract furniture design and development, marketing and manufacturing and his understanding of the design community to the role.
In past positions, Delfino was President, World Markets at Teknion before retiring after 15 years with the company. Throughout his career, Delfino has been an active member of the design community, including in his role as chairman of the board at the Design Exchange.
“Frank has extensive experience in executive management roles in the contract furniture industry and interior building products industry and we are delighted that he is joining Inscape’s board,” said Jim Stelter, chief executive officer, in a press release.
“I’m very pleased to be joining the Inscape board. Not only does this give me an opportunity to continue my involvement in an industry that I love, but I get to work with this creative team at a great point in Inscape’s growth,” said Delfino in a press release. “This company has award-winning products, a great strategy, management team and excellent potential to grow. I’m very excited about where they’re headed.”
Delfino studied at Ryerson University and Ivey Business School at the University of Western Ontario. Currently, Delfino holds the position of president at Mojo Incorporated, a consultancy firm focused on growth strategies.