Gregory Australian made work chairs


Gregory Commercial Furniture is a proudly Australian owned ergonomic seating and commercial furniture specialist. Gregory’s research driven seating designs aim to reduce the damage associated with sedentary behaviour. Gregory Commercial Furniture is part of the Inventis Group which is publicly listed on the ASX (IVT).

Gregory’s first chair was developed in 1988 by physiotherapist and company founder, Peter Gregory, to address the largest cause of occupational back pain in Australian office workers – the office chair. His knowledge of the anatomical reasons for chronic back pain and his precise observations of correct seating posture, lead to the development of the original award-winning Dual Density Posture Support System. This award-winning design is at the very core of all Gregory chairs.

At Gregory we understand that one chair does not fit everybody. Along with our original award-winning Dual Density Posture Support System, we also exclusively offer Column Technology. This range of solutions allows you to choose the technology that fits best for your body. At Gregory we develop and manufacture a high-quality range of products that:

  • Reduce Occupational Health & Safety Risks
  • Increase Staff Productivity
  • Incorporate Modern Office Design and Finishes
  • Offer comprehensive product warranties, and
  • Deliver great customer service

Supported by top 100 companies and government departments, it’s hard to go past an original Gregory chair.

Injury-prevention, coupled with good ergonomic design in the workplace, has been shown to:

  • Lower worker’s compensation costs
  • Reduce the amount of time lost due to injury
  • Increase morale and productivity
Australian made office chairs
Australian made ergonomic chairs
Australian made ergonomic chairs


Gregory has worked to be the leader in innovative ergonomic design. We’ve achieved this through our in-house development and high-quality manufacturing processes.  At Gregory we use our expertise to produce the best ergonomic seating, workstations, tables and health care equipment.



Gregory’s vision is to be recognised as the Australian leader in ergonomic seating.

By developing new products, increasing our brand recognition, expanding our market share and selectively acquiring profitable, synergistic businesses we will ensure significant growth and the satisfaction of our clients, shareholders and staff.

We want to ensure that we always act honestly and ethically in our business practices and to be conscious of our responsibilities to the environment and communities in which we operate.



At Gregory, we value customer satisfaction and loyalty, the empowerment of staff, the improvement of processes and effective performance management.

We achieve Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty by:

  • Identifying key customer requirements
  • Establishing customer listening and learning procedures
  • Continual assessment and improving customer contact
  • Enabling transparent customer complaint management
  • Measuring customer satisfaction and dissatisfaction
  • Aligning our management systems to attract and retain loyal customers

We empower staff by creating a high performance, focused workforce, aligned to achieving our company’s goals with a flat, flexible and fast-moving organisation through:

  • Demonstrating the link between employee satisfaction and customer satisfaction
  • Promoting cooperation, collaboration, innovation and flexibility
  • Sharing knowledge and information across work units
  • Aligning compensation, recognition and rewards with the company’s goal & plans
  • Addressing key health, safety and ergonomic issues
  • Encouraging individual initiative and responsibility
  • Improving employee well-being and satisfaction

We improve processes to enhance performance by:

  • Applying a step by step process improvement approach through complying with ISO9001
  • Identifying our core business processes that add customer value and outsource the rest
  • Translating customer requirements into product and service designs
  • Reducing production cycle times and the cost of poor quality
  • Managing critical business processes including supply chain management, research and development, and knowledge management
  • Benchmarking to inspire continuous improvements

We measure our performance by:

  • Developing a balanced scorecard based on agreed KPI measures
  • Communicating performance on key measures to those who can use the information to improve
  • Understanding the cause and effect relationship of key measures
  • Aligning measures and analysis with goals and strategies