OfficeBusters was founded in 2000 by a group of young entrepreneurs who saw an opportunity to create a new market for office furniture in Japan. They realized that many companies were discarding their old or unwanted office furniture, which was still in good condition and had a lot of value. They decided to collect these furniture items, clean them, repair them, and sell them at affordable prices to customers who were looking for high-quality office furniture without breaking the bank.
OfficeBusters started with a small warehouse in Tokyo, where they stored and displayed their inventory of chairs, desks, tables, cabinets, lockers, and more. They also launched a website where customers could browse and order their products online. They soon gained a reputation for offering a wide range of office furniture from various brands and styles, such as Herman Miller, Okamura, Kokuyo, Vitra, Steelcase, and others. They also offered services such as office design, relocation, and disposal.
OfficeBusters grew rapidly over the years, expanding to more than 30 stores across Japan. They also opened branches in other countries, such as the Philippines, where they catered to the growing demand for office furniture among small and medium enterprises. OfficeBusters became known as the leading company for renewed and reused office furniture in Japan and beyond.
OfficeBusters’ mission is to provide customers with high-quality office furniture at reasonable prices, while also contributing to environmental sustainability and social responsibility. By reusing and renewing office furniture, they reduce waste, save resources, and lower carbon emissions.
OfficeBusters is more than just a company that sells office furniture. It is a company that creates value for its customers, its employees, its partners, and its society. It is a company that challenges the status quo and innovates new ways of doing business. It is a company that makes offices more comfortable, productive, and enjoyable. It is OfficeBusters: the ultimate office furniture solution.