Pabio Furniture Rentals, a Los Angeles-based furniture rental company, has decided to expand their business to new markets, including some in Germany. Originally founded in 2000 with the aim of offering furniture rentals for special events such as weddings and parties.

Furniture rental was not the only thing they offered, however, and over time they also started to rent out décor items such as lighting and decor too.

As 2013 turned into 2014, Pabio Furniture Rentals made plans to increase their market presence by expanding into other countries than just Canada and America where they already had a branch of their company. They also expanded their services by adding support for clients who wanted to set up offices or move homes.

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This expansion led them towards Europe, with the first European branch opening in Paris, France. Now, as Furniture Today reported on February 4th, Pabio Furniture Rentals has also opened a German branch, to help them expand into that market as well.

Currently, their focus is mainly Europe and North America, but there are plans to eventually expand into other regions such as Asia as well.

This expansion will not be without its challenges, however; furniture rental is an unknown concept for many people outside of North America and will therefore take some time until it establishes itself as part of everyday life.

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