Camelia Sucu and Genoveva Hossu, the two entrepreneurs who founded ClassIN, expand the company’s business in the United Arab Emirates, in Dubai, with a new business partner, Irina Matei. ClassIN currently owns six Romanian and international offices.
Camelia Sucu, Genoveva Hossu and Irina Matei chose Dubai Racing World Cup, event held on March 25, to open the new ClassIN office dedicated to the interior design industry in Dubai. On this occasion, the three entrepreneurs also celebrated the signing of the first contract for an apart-hotel, which will be delivered by the summer 2017.
“We have been thinking about expanding ClassIN internationally for awhile now, taking into account such European cities as Anvers, but we eventually decided to take a bet on Dubai, as the design and architecture market in the Emirate is effervescent and there is a high demand for integrated services in this area”, said Camelia Sucu, strategic partner ClassIN.
“Our team of professionals has extensive international experience and works with local experts in order to deliver projects”, added Sucu.
“We are happy to work with Irina Matei, our business partner, a professional who shares the values of ClassIN. Works on an apart-hotel have already begun. This is ClassIN Dubai’s first project won in a contest of ideas which brought together international companies in the industry. Our project convinced by focusing on design thinking, but also by offering a fair price-quality ratio,” said Genoveva Hossu, managing partner ClassIN.
ClassIN is a concept on the Romanian and international interior design markets that delivers fully-integrated projects: from consultancy, through specialty design, cost management, to accessories and fabrics.
The opening of the new ClassIN office in Dubai is doubled by the launch of an official website, with an integrated online shop, covering a wide range of products selected from over 600 suppliers in the company’s portfolio. The launch of this website with an integrated online shop will be followed this year by an identical one in Romania, specially designed for the local market.