Studio Moren Appoints Sharon Grob as Head of Business Development

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SUMMARY – STUDIO MOREN WELCOMES SHARON GROB AS HEAD OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT FOR GLOBAL EXPANSION IN HOSPITALITY DESIGN, BRIDGING DESIGN AND FINANCE INNOVATIVELY.

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Studio Moren, renowned specialists in hospitality architecture and interior design, have welcomed Sharon Grob as the new Head of Business Development. This strategic move comes as the company gears up for expansion across Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. Grob brings a wealth of experience in the hospitality sector, spanning architecture, interior design, and financial services.

Sharon Grob boasts an impressive career in global luxury hospitality design, having worked with prestigious firms like Richmond International, HBA, and most recently, Tetris D+B (part of JLL) where she led the EMEA hotels team. A successful career in Swiss Private Banking preceded her entry into hospitality design.

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Grob expressed her excitement about joining Studio Moren, where her passion for travel aligns with her career in hotels. She aims to merge her design expertise with her financial market knowledge, making her a valuable asset for hotel owners and operators. She is particularly thrilled to contribute to Studio Moren’s ventures in various real estate sectors, including build-to-rent, student schemes, senior living, and co-working.

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Dexter Moren, Founding Partner of Studio Moren, expressed his enthusiasm for Grob’s appointment, emphasizing her extensive network and financial acumen, which will prove instrumental in working with the company’s investor clients.

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About Studio Moren

Studio Moren, a team of 70 architecture and interior design specialists, has garnered global acclaim for its excellence in hospitality design. With three decades of experience, the firm delivers intelligent, creative, and customized solutions that harmonize developer and operator needs. Their design philosophy revolves around “creating places people want to stay,” and they have extended their hospitality expertise to diverse sectors such as resorts, serviced apartments, build-to-rent, co-living, and co-working, while also leading the way in ESG initiatives.

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