Ven Global is the procurement arm of the Omnam real estate group, a global developer and manager of hotel and other building projects.
Ven Global was initially founded to meet Omnam’s need for quality and cost effective interior décor and building materials. We have expanded and now also provide a full service function
for independent building projects.
We have 15 years of experience in construction procurement, ranging from hotels and shopping malls to residential buildings.
Our international team is based in Hong Kong, China and Tel Aviv.
Our comprehensive work process ensures we deliver top-level design solutions, with care for details and high service standards.
Our extensive experience as an enterprising player in the building industry enables us to approach procurement from a different point of view from our competitors, while maintaining our commitment to the entrepreneurial spirit of our clients.
Our significant experience of handling these projects enables us to be very solution oriented and achieve targets faster than our competitors.
We are trusted to find, develop and advise on solutions that save our clients money and time.
We maintain direct lines of communication with all parties involved in the project, from the initial designer to the installation team.
We are familiar with and alert to common standards regulations.
We have long established and trusted relationships with a wide variety of suppliers around the world, enabling us to obtain the best prices without sacrificing on quality.
We remove the middlemen and provide a multiple product procurement solution through a single contact point.
Procurement in China is typically associated with poor customer experience and at worst, can resemble something of a horror story.
Not all of our procurement is done in china, but a large proportion of it is. Cost is a main factor in building projects and sourcing in china can reduce it dramatically.
Sourcing in china is not simple: cultural and linguistic differences can have a significant, usually detrimental, effect on the procurement process. The understanding of products is different in the East and even small changes that would be suitable in China can be unacceptable by western standards.
Only a very deep understanding of the processes involved, and clear and correct communication with all parties can reduce misunderstanding and quality issues.
With that, ongoing 100% quality control by a team independent of the factory is always made to ensure the product is completed according to plan with the required quality and on time.