Industry News: Chairish Inc. Acquires Dering HallAuthor:Lindsey Shook
Sourcing for contemporary, antique and vintage finds just got a lot easier with the announcement that Chairish Inc., the San Francisco-based parent company of Chairish and DECASO, two dynamic online marketplaces for unique, furnishings has acquired New York-based Dering Hall, an ecommerce platform for discovering contemporary design collections.
Reportedly one of the fastest growing segements in online purchasing, the acquisition of Dering Hall amplifies Chairish Inc.’s robust selection by adding newly made items from manufacturers and contemporary makers. “We’re pleased to welcome Dering Hall into the Chairish Inc. family. We’re now ideally positioned to offer a comprehensive shopping destination for high-end home design, including the finest antique, vintage, newly made and custom items,” said Gregg Brockway, CEO and co-founder of Chairish Inc.
Co-founder of Dering Hall, Peter Sallick, will join the executive team at Chairish Inc. as a strategic advisor.“We’re thrilled to become part of the growing Chairish Inc. network, which will bring us powerful technology advancements, a complementary and accomplished leadership team, an expanded audience of buyers and sellers, marketing power and operational scale,” says Salick.
Do not fret, Dering Hall will remian online as a standalone site, offering a range of collections to souce and shop. Chairish Inc, will announce at a later date how the companies will provide cross-platform solutions that will enhance business opporunities for all of the design industry.
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