The Ligné Group is a full service business development, marketing, distribution, sales strategy and public relations firm that is focused on growing global brands. We are engrained in every facet of the shelter industry and have our finger on the pulse across the major markets in the United States and abroad. From showrooms to product designers, interior designers, architects and trade shows - our team is on the ground working with clients and brand partners to connect editors, designers, makers and distributors and assure the continued growth of the brands we represent. This industry is our passion - it is all we do.
Ligné Agency is the marketing, public relations and business development division of The Ligné Group. The agency is focused on growing global brands through digital and print press exposure, marketing outreach, strategic consulting, licensing and securing business opportunities to grow a brand’s profile on the domestic and international stage.
Ligné International is the import, export, distribution and sales division of The Ligné Group. Ligné International imports lighting and furniture from Europe and South America and distributes the products to trade showrooms around the country, along with working directly with interior designers and architects on special projects. The firm has it’s own showroom in Houston, and works with representative showrooms in other major markets.
Read about the latest news and events in the Shelter industry, as well as what we are up to here at The Ligné Group.
Forbes: Defining Hampton Style
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Mansion Global: Revamping Your Outdoor Furniture for a Stylish Hideaway
Claudia Afshar speaks with Mansion Global on how to add sophistication and interest to your outdoor space.
New York Post: Haute Tubs with Pembrooke & Ives
We try to create visual interest by doing feature walls, rather than having the whole space be visually overwhelming,” said Francis Nicdao, a design director at Pembrooke & Ives.