The initial target market for these new phone booths is a U.S. business that utilizes open-plan layouts for their office, office design agencies, and office furniture dealers. However, phone booths/privacy pods are a relatively new product within the contract furniture space. As more and more research reveals the shortcomings of open office design, the demand for privacy solutions increase.

Open plan layouts now represent anywhere from 70 percent – 80 percent of all offices. With this in mind, the estimate the size of the market through commercial office data.
As of 2016, the U.S. Census Bureau revealed there are more than 5.6 million employer firms (24 million total firms) employing over 121 million Americans. Furthermore, according to a study by the U.S. General Services Administration and Gensler, the average space allocation per employee is 192 sq. Ft. This would mean an estimated 57.8 million to 66.1 million Americans currently work in an open layout office.


Business owners and managers are just the beginning. Additional markets for future growth opportunities, include anyplace you find yourself walking away from the public to take a call.

Phone mobility has increased the places that booths can be used, from professional offices to public places like malls, and doctors offices .

The sky’s the limit! Someday in the near future, we will have more Modern Phone Booths than we had Telephone booths – back-in-the-day.


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