New furniture wholesaler launches in London

A new furniture wholesale business has launched in the UK.

Elegancki Home Furnitures, which is situated in London, offers wholesale home furniture to businesses across the UK.

Officially launching on 1 October 2019, the company, which has a factory based in Poland, was formed off the back of an idea by founder Sal Ali around two years ago.

Commenting on the launch, Sal said: “The idea started about two and half years ago and took about year and half to get all the process and channels right.

“I believe there is a lot of scope of furniture and designing. I have faith in the business as our products are of great quality and design. We stand out. There is huge demand of furniture in UK and it will never run out. Hence, I am confident about the business as long as we get all the marking and promotions right.”

The business supplies a variety of product categories from beds, dining room furniture, kids furniture and wardrobes as well as storage solutions.

Looking ahead, Sal added: “The plan is to capture the London market and progressing towards the whole of UK in long term. We are currently engaging and in talking terms with businesses for deals.

“Current plan is to push and promote as it is the last quarter and retail businesses can give good discounts to their customers. We are currently offering businesses 10% off on their total invoice this month.”

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