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Winner: May 2021

Off The Grain:

Handmade Furniture Built to Last

Eaton Smith are delighted to announce that Off The Grain has been awarded the Business of the Month Award for May 2021. Off The Grain is a handmade furniture company based in Halifax who specialise in modern, hand-crafted products for the home.

Off The Grain was established in 2018 by Dominic Walsh who transformed a hobby into a thriving, seven-figure turnover business. In the last 18 months Off The Grain has adapted to the pandemic and business has grown further with an impressive 700 items leaving the workshop in a single week in 2020.

Chris Taylor, Partner at Eaton Smith and member of the judging panel said; “Off The Grain is an impressive business that is thriving in its marketplace through high quality products, the passion of its leadership and the investment in its people and marketing. Off The Grain has ambitious plans for the future and is definitely one to watch. A very worthy winner of the Business of the Month Award.”

Dominic Walsh, Managing Director of Off The Grain commented on winning the award; “I would like to thank the judging panel for recognising the business with this award. The team here are very proud of what we have achieved and take great care to ensure that our customers are delighted with the products they receive from us.”

Off The Grain are the 12th monthly winner in the series and now go through to the Business of the Year Award which will be announced in July 2021.

Website: www.offthegrain.co.uk/

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