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Renam launches new design initiative ‘Renam Spaces’

By Smita Sinha | May 20, 2019

With Renam Spaces, the company is bringing together the creative, the engineering and the knowledge aspects of the dynamic retail market realities to provide best shopper experience.

Renam Spaces, Mumbai-based leading retail fixture and display manufacturer Renam has recently launched a new design initiative called Renam Spaces, which offers end to end design services for retail.

With Renam Spaces, the company is bringing together the creative, engineering and knowledge aspects of the dynamic retail market realities to provide best shopper experience.

Renam Spaces also takes things a step further from conventional design offerings by offering services like prototyping, cost estimations and value engineering – giving clients practical support to go to market quickly.

“As always our goal is to make our clients ‘best in class’, and Renam Spaces initiative will be integral in helping us achieve this for our clients,” Ragesh Bhatia, Director , Renam, told Retail4Growth.

The dynamic team of Renam, which is a mix of young architects, interior designers, artists and visualizers from India’s premium design institutes, leverages the extensive experience of Renam in the retail domain to bring forward designs that can be implemented quickly and scaled easily while keeping in mind client budget.

The company also offers furniture, lighting and accessories designs apart from bespoke interior design solutions.

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