iQ ties up with top Italian firm
Dubai, June 5, 2007
iQ (Interiors Quotient), a turnkey interiors solution provider, has announced the formal forging of an association with leading Italian contract design and furniture entity Sintesi Solutions.
The deal was announced on the sidelines of The Office Exhibition, which concluded at the Dubai International Exhibition Centre today (June 5).
iQ CEO Sunil Prabhakaran said iQ and Sintesi share a common business philosophy – that of providing comprehensive results to their clients.
“Sintesi is a very versatile company that offers solutions across commercial, corporate, residential, hospitality and retail spaces – the ideal partner for iQ as we seek leadership in these segments,” he added.
“In iQ we have a team that understands the significance of providing a one-point solution to interior design & project management areas,” said Prabhakaran.
“Their execution-based philosophy would naturally endear them to the design community and we see great synergies that can be exploited here and in the Sub-continent as we seek to grow our association in the region based on a sharing of values, ethics and mutual respect,” said Sintesi Group president Pietro Piccinetti.
The entire range of Sintesi repertoire will be on display in iQ’s showroom by mid-July, where designers and consultants will find furniture and materials drawn for their finesse and aesthetic flair,” Prabhakaran added.
With 16 years in contract furnishing, furniture manufacturing and turnkey fit out, iQ now stands among the largest in the region capitalising on its vision to passionately deliver excellence in execution, he said.
iQ also partners with other international brands in contract furniture and contract materials space to answer the region’s overwhelming demand. - TradeArabia News Service
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