home24 is the leading online shop for furniture and home accessories. The broad range of products includes furniture, lamps, home accessories and garden equipment. The company operates in seven core markets in Europe: Germany, France, Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, and Italy. It is headquartered in Berlin, and employs around 1,200 people worldwide. Furthermore, home24 is also operating in Brazil. home24 delivers all kinds of furniture – regardless of weight and dimensions – for free and right to the customer´s place of choice throughout Europe. The home24 assortment consists of numerous brands, including a variety of home24’s exclusive brands, such as kollected by Johanna, Smood, KINX, KiYDOO, Loistaa and Mørteens.

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Berlin, Germany
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NC Company Overview

Home24 is a company that sells and markets home products, including furniture and soft furnishings. It sells in both physical stores, and through its website and apps for iOS and Android. Home24 offers large furniture for every room in the home, including beds, sofas, dining tables, and storage solutions, and also small furnishings like lights, curtains, cushions, mirrors, and decorative items like artwork and ornaments. Home24 aims to provide quality and style at affordable prices and to make shopping for everything the customer needs for their home convenient and hassle-free, offering a choice of delivery options and shipping to lots of locations around the world. Home24, based in Berlin, Germany, was founded in 2009 by Christoph Cordes, Marc Appelhoff, Felix Jahn, and Philipp Kreibohm. It has several brands through which it markets and sells its products, including Mobly, Ars Manufacti, Ars Natura, Jack & Alice, Fredriks, Masion Belfort, Eva Padberg, Mooved, and Smood, as well as the Home24 name itself. As of May 2019, Home24 has seven physical showrooms in Austria and Germany, and it also sells through its apps and websites. Home24 has a global outreach and operates in Belgium, Italy, France, the Netherlands, Italy, Switzerland, and Brazil, in addition to its native Germany.

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