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December 1st, 2016
Singapore specifiers now have access to a greater selection of innovative and high-quality products for agile working environments with the opening of Zenith Interiors’ Singapore showroom at Level 40, One Raffles Place on 24 November.
This is showroom number 11 for Zenith, and it strengthens the company’s regional network even further following the opening of the Hong Kong showroom last year. Zenith’s vision of being a leading commercial furniture supplier and manufacturer in the Asia Pacific region is rapidly materialising with Singapore joining its network of cities throughout Australia and New Zealand and bolstering the company’s existing Asian presence in Hong Kong and Shanghai.
The Zenith Interiors Singapore launch party was undoubtedly a night to remember!
The Singapore launch party was as dazzling as the view from the showroom. The views of Marina Bay were the perfect backdrop to the product showcase, and to glittering entertainment. Themed ‘Singapore Bling’, the party saw the Zenith Singapore team, led by charismatic SE Asia Regional Head Karen Miagao, introduce themselves by way of song. A fun rendition of ‘Furniture’s a Girl’s Best Friend’ paid homage to Zenith and its unique brands.
Over 200 guests enjoyed Havn Gin cocktails and a selection of delicious culinary delights. Great prizes were given out for the ‘Best Dressed’, and door prizes included a day aboard a luxury yacht for 16 people, an Apple Nike Watch and a bottle of Havn Gin created by the founder of Belgian furniture brand BuzziSpace. A DJ had guests partying late into the night. All in all it was a memorable event.
Congratulations Team Zenith!
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