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Posted on Jan 26, 04:14PM | IANS
Dubai-based luxury furniture brand Casa Shamuzzi has forayed into the Indian market with the aim to transform the quality of life for people, who wish to furnish their house with unique and eco-friendly decorative products.
The brand, which boasts of providing a rich blend of Italian style, design, comfort and class, has stepped into the Indian market in association with NCPL Developers Pvt. Ltd.
"India is one of the most important market for us commercially and professionally. More than 85,000 millionaires live here... so we have to be here to make their newly built homes comfortable and amazing looking," Sofia Zigangirova, CEO, Casa Shamuzzi, told IANS.
"There is a lot of potential in the Indian luxury home decor market. Upcoming residential and hotel projects have opened the market in this segment. We will deliver it in the best possible way with higher client satisfaction," Zigangirova added.
As an retail mono brand, Casa Shamuzzi has stores in 14 countries, including Russia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Canada, South Africa, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, China, Lebanon and Jordan.
Their products range from furniture, home furnishings, lights, carpets, textile and home accessories.
Meenakshi Taneja, executive director, NCPL Group, says the brand has a wide range that can meet needs of people to do up every nook and corner of their space.
"As a lady, when it comes to doing up the house, it doesn't involve just buying a sofa. Right now if you have to do up your house, you go to at least three to four stores to get what you actually want," Taneja told IANS.
"With Casa Shamuzzi, the greatest thing is, apart from quality and design, it is world-class and very different for what you see in the market today."
"They have a huge range and whatever piece you ask for in the house, Casa Shamuzzi has it - whether it is a sofa set, side table, bar, pot holder, matching carpet or lights. There are very few brands which have such a huge offering, without customisation," she added.