The Rug Company opens its first UAE store
The Rug Company, the leading name in contemporary handmade rugs, wall-hangings and cushions, and its unique collaborations with international design luminaries, has launched its first store within the UAE at the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC). The 1668 sq ft store will be a key addition to the existing group of The Rug Company shops located around the world.
Established by Christopher Sharp and his wife Suzanne in 1997, the brand has earned a reputation as a leader in the luxury and design sectors, a brand that epitomises contemporary and fashionable design with exquisite quality and customer service. Any rug can be recoloured, resized or even designed from scratch, with the help of its experienced in-house design team and more than a thousand colours.
Andrew Martin, UK’s second largest privately-owned Interiors house opened its First Mideast Store
Andrew Martin, the UK’s second largest privately owned furniture and fabric house (after Designerâ€™s Guild) has launched its first store within the Middle East at the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC). The 650 sq ft store will be a key addition to the existing group of Andrew Martin shops located around the world.
The Andrew Martin brand is now distributed worldwide via top fabric houses such as Kravet (USA), Pierre Frey (France) and Decortex (Italy), in over 55 countries. There are also showrooms in Athens, Moscow, and now Dubai. Over 3,000 meters of Andrew Martin fabric are sold every day worldwide.
Computershare established office at the Dubai International Financial Centre
Computershare, a leading global financial market services and technology provider for the securities industry, announced that it has opened an office in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC). The new office will help the Australian (ASX) listed company expand its presence in the Middle East.
Computershare already offers a wide range of its products and services in the region. Recently, it assisted Australian, US and Canadian companies to list on Nasdaq Dubai using its innovative cross border listing structures. The firm plans to leverage this expertise to enable companies from the Middle East to conduct secondary listings on international exchanges.