Mozart proves to be mosaic tile maestro

New showrooms in Dubai and Qatar, as well as continued expansion in the Saudi and US markets, were the key themes dominating mosaic manufacturer Mozart’s plans for 2004, revealed during the Big 5.

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By  Eudore Chand Published  December 1, 2003

New showrooms in Dubai and Qatar, as well as continued expansion in the Saudi and US markets, were the key themes dominating mosaic manufacturer Mozart’s plans for 2004, revealed during the Big 5. The Abu Dhabi-based company, which is a subsidiary of Technical Stone Co, specialises in a wide range of standard and custom-made mosaics, and in its two years of existence has already made huge leaps. Technical Stone managing director Tony Rizk said: “We’re involved in prestigious projects in Abu Dhabi, such as the new Conference Palace, and we were involved in the Beach Rotana development. In terms of overseas markets we are doing good business in Saudi Arabia and also the United States, which even surprised us.” Rizk revealed that the company managed to avoid any negative impact on its Stateside business from the fall-out over the second Gulf War by carrying out all the marketing for that sector from the company’s Italian office. “We currently have a new artistic line, so the Big 5 is a good time to showcase it,” said Rizk. “We have the ability to do any design. If a private client even brought us in a photo we’d be able to deliver a high quality mosaic of it thanks to our technology,” he added.

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