For Robert Rowe, school holidays spent removing rubble for his father’s business piqued his interest in the shopfitting trade and led to the establishment of a design, construction and fit-out enterprise that would claim a dominant position in the sector.
Australian Financial Review
Once shackled to the technology it could afford to cobble together in the premises of its Brisbane office, property services business Unita has recently deployed a cloud solution that it says will allow it to think about a new phase of growth.
Business World Australia
Mr. Rowe credits Tú Projects’ extraordinary growth to their history of “uncompromised service.” Over the years, he says they have made sure the customer gets whatever they need, even if they don’t yet know they need it. Tú Projects is a part of a larger group called Unita, which Mr. Rowe formed in 2012 as a means of bringing all companies in the group under one support banner.
His company’s technology allows clients to see step-by-step progress on their project, including variations in costs and design concepts.
Tu Projects is a finalist in the 2015 Telstra Queensland Business Awards.
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Brisbane Business News
TEN YEARS ago Robert Rowe had just $64 in his bank account and a maxed-out credit card. Now the founder of Tú Projects is maxing out on a different scale with his shopfitting company producing annual revenue of $40.5 million – with that figure set to double in 2015. The 33-year-old kick-started his career in his father’s shopfitting business in his early 20s before venturing out on his own with a vision of revolutionising the industry and establishing new and innovative ways to transform commercial spaces.
Business World Australia
Tú Projects is Australia’s leading shopfitting specialist, producing exquisite interiors since 2004. The Tú Projects name derives from the Spanish word for ‘you’, and represents the company’s continued dedication to its customers. Since its inception, Tú Projects has developed a unique shopfitting experience, whether it is for retail stores, offices,
or hospitality fit outs.
When Robert Rowe took the giant step of establishing his own fitout business, he knew he would either sink or swim. At the age of 23 he set up Tu Projects, developed a unique piece of software and ultimately changed the way shopfitting was approached.
Business in Focus
Tú Projects is a true end-to-end shopfitting company – but that description hardly encompasses the thinking that has gone into the business of providing a shopfitting service. It’s a whole lot more complex than just nailing things together in a mall…
High quality and affordable with a Parisian chich twist, Kookai is an Australian fashion label with 34 boutiques located across Australia and New Zealand. This beautiful new store is positioned on the second level within the freshly ‘reimagined’ Emporium Shopping Centre in Melbounre.
It’s rare to see (what the Yanks evocatively call) a Mom and Pop hospitality venture done with such conviction. TJ and Kim Peabody (he with wine industry experience, and she with interior design chops) were a couple with a dream of opening a one-of-a-kind kitchen and bar in the Hamptons style — think: ‘Cape Cod’; think: ‘The Kennedys on Summer Holidays’.