Empatika to Exhibit at Eco Technology Show 2014

Leaders in eco-friendly fitted furniture solutions, Empatika have announced they will be exhibiting at the Eco Technology Show in Brighton.  The 2 day exhibition will take place at The Brighton Centre on 26-27 June.

Tristan Titeux, owner of Empatika will be on hand both days at stand D3, exhibiting the company’s eco materials from around the world.  He will join 140 other exhibitors which span industries such as transport, technology, water and waste and energy management.  The Eco Technology Show attracts well known businesses and organizations such as universities, councils and vehicle giants Mitsubishi and Citroen. In addition to the 140+ exhibitors from the public sector, relevant trades and businesses, there will also be a programme of panel discussions and keynotes covering the major issues such as energy management and efficiency, funding and legislation.

“Empatika is extremely excited to be a part of the Eco Technology Show 2014.  As a carpentry company, it is very important for us to be passionate about the environment and do everything in our power to be sustainable and responsible.  By exhibiting at one of the UK’s leading environmental events for businesses, we assure our customers that being eco-friendly is a top priority,” said Tristan Titeux, owner of Empatika, formerly known as Empatika.

At their stand, Empatika will be talking visitors through their range of eco options and demonstrating how they use pioneering recycled materials.  Additionally, visitors will be entered into a prize draw if they sign up to the company newsletter.  Tristan added, “Our Milo range of furniture uses our waste offcuts produced by constructing bespoke fitted furniture, to create a highly sustainable and eco-friendly option.  One lucky visitor at the Eco Technology Show will be in with a chance of winning a Milo coffee table if they sign up to Empatika’s newsletter; a stylish and environmentally friendly piece of furniture.

Empatika pride themselves on their eco-friendly bespoke options, and are experts at tailoring eco fitted furniture to individual sustainability needs.  All of their products are built with responsibly sourced, low chemical wood and finished with solvent free, natural plant based paints.  The environmentally conscious company also gives customers the option of using recycled glass and plastic, and even choosing sustainable straw boards instead of wood.

For Tristan and Empatika, being green is a way of life that has naturally extended into his business.  He added, “As a furniture company, it is very important to be passionate about the environment.  Empatika’s ethical values and philosophy are underlined by supporting the World Land Trust, The Wood Land Trust, The Green Stationary Company, Good Energy and the Co-op Bank. Empatika are so passionate about the environment that they plant a tree for every customer and buy an acre of rainforest for spends over £5,000.