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PPS Furniture appointments Darren Willis as Director of Marketing & Business Development

  • Written by Mark Smith



Leading furniture solutions provider PPS Tailored Furniture Solutions (PPS) has boosted their team with the appointment of Darren Willis to the newly created role of Director of Marketing & Business Development.

 

For more than 12 years, PPS has been working with residential property developers, creating furniture packages to help drive rapid purchases on off-the-plan properties in inner city residential developments, and in recent years expanded their portfolio to cater for the hotel and resort market.

 

PPS Founder and Managing Director Marc Conias said Darren’s appointment comes off the back of PPS’s involvement with more than 70 successful projects in the past 12 months, with a host of exciting projects in the pipeline.

 

“Our success during this time has been outstanding and we are continuing to flourish and a big part of this is having the right people in the right roles,” Mr Conias said.

 

“Every department within PPS from design to logistics are excelling and we are committed to having a national footprint in Australia within the next 12 months with projects also in New Zealand.”

 

“Darren has more than 25 years’ experience across commercial accommodation, tourism and business development.

 

“His knowledge and understanding of the residential property and commercial accommodation sectors is brilliant, making him a perfect fit with our growth strategy in these sectors.”

 

Darren is set to work closely with a variety of stakeholders and will help drive PPS’s position in the hotel, resort and commercial accommodation sectors across South East Queensland, Melbourne and Sydney.

 

With more than 40 years’ combined experience in property development, project management, furniture design, manufacturing and importing, PPS offers a unique, comprehensive furniture solution for the industry with all furniture packages custom made and sourced from factories around the world.

 

To find out more about PPS, visit www.perps.com.au

 

About PPS Tailored Furniture Solutions (PPS)

Established in 2005 by Managing Directors Marc Conias and Paul Lane, PPS is one of Australia’s leading providers in quality furniture package solutions for high-density residential developments, hotels, resorts, serviced apartments and retirement villages across Australia. With more than 40 years’ combined experience in property development, project management, furniture design, manufacturing and importing, PPS offers a unique, comprehensive furniture solution for the industry.

 

PPS is a proud member of the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) and are the industry leaders in turn-key furniture packages and Hotel FF&E.

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