Fanzart Aims to Double its Presence in India by 2020


The company has announced its association with Ritz Carlton Hotel. Fanzart is counted as a luxury ceiling fan brand in India

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Fanzart announced that it has installed Invento fans in Ritz Carlton Hotel located in Bengaluru. The company said that it has associated with the likes of Marriot Group of Hotels, Starbucks, Mantri Developers, Wipro, The Oxford and Prestige Group in the past.

Tarun Lala, Executive Director, Fanzart said, “We are excited about our association with The Ritz Carlton, Bangalore. With this association, Fanzart aims towards fostering stronger relations in the Hotel Industry.”

Amit Bhattacharjee, Purchase Manager, The Ritz Carlton, Bangalore said, “The Invento is a great product and serves the purpose of air circulation excellently well. It’s also an easy and quick fix onto our tile false ceiling. Fanzart as a company was excellent to work with. They are highly professional, supportive with swift turnaround times.”

Aiming to double market presence by 2020

The brand with its aggressive approach aims to double its presence by 2020. It is to be noted here that Fanzart caters to the SAARC as well as Middle Eastern markets and has around 54 Retail stores in India. Fanzart has recently opened its brand stores in Chennai and Karur.

Fanzart said that it has signed Perziad Zorabian as the brand endorser. Zorabian is an Indian actress who has worked in movies including Dhoom and Joggers Park.

Fanzart Invento fan

Invento fan is one of the premium recessed ceiling fans offered by the company in the market. The company claims that this fan obviates the need of having an air-conditioner installed in a living space.

Fanzart’s official statement read, “Invento is one of the finest recessed false ceiling fan in the world. The technological marvel obviates the need for an air-conditioner and lets users enjoy its chill breeze and radiant light with their ceiling left unblemished. Also with the Invento, you may save more than 50 per cent of your air conditioning bills!”