Why Does Image Affect Your Business

blog-126-300x201 Why Does Image Affect Your Business

There is a psychological effect to everything that goes on in the world. The way you project and choose things and how you move about, these are all factors that affect ‘image’ and psyche.

Bright, roomy, and strength imagery creates an ambiance of stability and durability, as well as freedom; while dull, dark, and bordered imagery gives off an inhibited aura. In a business setting, these kinds of ‘image projections’ affect the way people move, produce, and relate to each other.

Glass Helps

Glass is a naturally, simple, yet elegant material. Contrasting are its qualities, yet harmonious with any interior and existing furnishings. Glass can now be used in glass systems that include partitions, stairwells, shelving, doors, and many more. With glass being able to let light pass through, energy efficiency is something to boast about.

Glass systems give the impression of simplicity, yet it gives off sophisticated strength that is passed on to the people who work around establishments with glass systems. Freedom to move around as they are not inhibited with borders, as well as strong enough to withstand impacts. This in turn gives off an air of durability and transparency that allows people to approach anyone in the office, facilitating the exchange of information that can help them function and produce more results.

Glass To Change

Glass is the material of the future. It is the perfect choice for building business image within the workplace, as well as impressing your clientele. The psychological benefits of versatility, strength, and beauty can enhance the confidence of your employees that are detrimental in being able to work efficiently.

Change to glass systems that can boost your image and make your employees feel better. Get in touch with Jim’s Glass at 131 546 and let’s talk about how we can help you improve your business image today!

Phillip-Mauviel-Jims-Glass Why Does Image Affect Your Business

Divisional General Manager – Jim’s Glass (Australia)
Board Member – Australian Glass & Glazing Association
President – Glass & Glazing Association of South Australia