Fuigo partners with home furnishing brand Kravet

June 12, 2019 - United States Of America

Fuigo, the award-winning developer of end-to-end technology solutions for professional interior design, has partnered with Kravet Inc. Established in 1918, and now a fifth-generation family business, Kravet is a leader in the trade home furnishings industry, distributing fabrics, furniture, wall coverings, trimmings, carpets and decorative accessories.

Kravet will join Fuigo as a vendor in Market, a first-of-its-kind digital platform that is custom-built for design professionals to discover, source and order from the world’s finest luxury trade brands. In one place, designers can purchase materials and organise client proposals, analytics and invoicing, streamlining their workflow and leaving time for business development and creative ideation, said Fuigo in a press release.

With the inclusion of Kravet Inc in Market, buyers will have access to an incredible diversity of categories and price points, launching both Kravet and Fuigo into a design future that does not sacrifice quality and care to the hands of technological advancement and greater accessibility.

Offering a range of styles from contemporary to traditional across all product categories, Kravet has one of the largest sourcing lists in the industry. The heritage company owns Lee Jofa, Brunschwig & Fils, and GP & J Baker and distributes a series of other high-end luxury brands across the globe.

Kravet’s commitment to the interior design industry and showcasing a wide range of the best and the brightest designers aligns with Fuigo’s vision for Market as the one-stop-shop for the savviest industry professionals working today. All of Kravet’s collections will be included in Market, making Fuigo the first trade-focused business management platform to hold Lee Jofa and Brunschwig & Fils.

“This is an exciting partnership for us,” said Fuigo co-founder Maury Riad. “With a 100-year history of excellence, Kravet Inc is a sterling addition to Market and its breadth and power as a one-of-a-kind sourcing tool for the trade.” (PC)