On the heels of reopening Skyline Furniture’s 300-person manufacturing facility in Illinois, company president and chief creative officer Meganne Wecker talks about making pieces for some of the biggest e-commerce players, the realities of getting back to work, how technology plays a crucial role in the company’s manufacturing timelines, what quick-ship customers are looking for today, and more.
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Fourth-generation furniture maven Meganne Wecker is the president and CCO for Skyline Furniture and founder of Cloth & Company. Under Wecker's guidance Skyline pioneered the shift to e-commerce in the early 2000's, and was the first company in the US to invest in an upholstery-grade digital printer, launching Cloth & Company, Skyline’s sister brand, in 2016.