The new Goldgenie luxury retail store UAE
After more than 12 months in preparation, Goldgenie are proud to announce that they have launched their first retail store in the Emirates’ highly anticipated new shopping development named the iMall.
Laban Roomes who received the first televised investment from serial entrepreneur and multimillionaire James Caan on the hit UK television show ‘Dragons Den’, which format was then franchised to the US and renamed “Shark Tank”, opened doors to their Luxury Goldgenie retail experience at the start of Eid celebrations.
Over the three day period, 24k Gold and Diamond embellished luxury smartphones, desk top computers and tablets sold out to customers wanting to acquire gifts for their loved ones that are not readily available from high street stores – leaving the gold technicians at Goldgenie busy increasing stock levels for this week.
Goldgenie’s first ever retail store sells an array of personalised gifts and services from real roses preserved in 24k Gold, to a solid 24k Gold Bullion set with certificate quality diamonds. There is even an onsite gold plating service for discerning individuals requiring embellishment services in the privacy of their own home.
The luxury retail store has been given the nick name “gifts for the un-giftable” meaning the place you go to buy a gift for someone who has everything.
The shop has been designed to captivate the shopper’s imagination, letting them know that absolutely anything can be customised in Gold, from organic matter and aluminium to even plastic.
Goldgenie founder Laban Roomes said, “We are pleasantly surprised at the response to our first ever bricks and mortar retail environment and even more so with entreaties from the Burj Khalifa and Burj Al Arab to supply luxury corporate technology based gifts to their HNWI clients. Our focus is to continue to grow our brand in the Middle East and open our next retail store in Beijing China, hopefully to the same reception”
Laban Roomes who bought his shares back from ex Dragons’ Den star and investor James Caan in 2011, must be thinking this was probably the best investment move he ever made.