Input interior acquires Rom for Flere
Input interior acquires Rom for Flere, Norway's leading independent interior design organisation within the private and public sector.
Input interior is an independent interior design group that since its inception in 1987 supplies interior design to offices and businesses, hotels and restaurants, schools as well as the health and social care sector. Input interior’s head office is located in Gothenburg. In 2019, Input interior had a turnover of SEK 3 billion, and the group is now expanding through the acquisition of Norwegian Rom for Flere, which has a turnover of approximately NOK 400 million.
– Input interior aims to grow and develop in line with our customers. Through Rom for Flere, we will have access to yet another well-developed business in the world of logistics and delivery in order to meet customers’ demands for fast and efficient service in Norway. Rom for Flere is a well-established company with an extensive experience from complex projects. They will contribute valuable knowledge and skills and I see great potential in developing together as one company. Our ambition is to become the most requested interior design company in the Nordic countries, says Sune Lundqvist, CEO and founder of Input interior.
Rom for Flere was established in 1998 and is just like Input interior an independent interior design company collaborating with several well-known brands. The company has around fifty employees in seven offices in Norway and targets both the private and public sectors.
– We have had the privilege to influence the choice of a new owner so as to ensure good conditions for both staff, the company and its customers. This feels exciting and is the right way to go for Rom for Flere. In the larger context, the possibilities will increase for us and our clients, says Terje Olsvik, Managing Director and Founder of Rom for Flere. His namesake Terje Kristiansen, Managing Director at Rom for Flere in Oslo, adds:
– Input interior has also a wide range of services that includes solutions for operations and maintenance and a well-developed work within quality, environment and social responsibility which insures long-term sustainable investments for the customer.
Input interior also has operations in Denmark and Finland.