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Skooba Design unveils new website

Rochester Business Journal
June 12, 2013

Skooba Design, a Chili-based company specializing in the design and manufacture of carrying cases for laptops and other tech gear, launched a new website for its corporate solutions business.

Detailbags.com will now serve as the home base for Skooba’s custom design and projects the company has done for its business-to-business clients. Skooba’s B2B designs range from simple logo application to in-stock products to new, conceptual product design and packaging.

CEO Michael Hess said Skooba has done work for clients that range from startup companies to Fortune 500 corporations.

“Each year we’ve had more and more corporate buyers seek us out for custom design and manufacturing work, to the point where it is the fastest-growing part of our business and our top growth priority going forward,” said Hess.

Skooba also announced it will be moving from its current location on Paul Road to a new facility in Winton Place at the end of June.

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