ABOUT US

 

Quartet Consulting creates and advises on strategy, content and implementation for ultra-high net worth individuals, luxury brands, major infrastructure projects and private family office investments around the world.

In a world where key directions in politics, economics, commerce and leisure are made by the “zero point one per cent” of global influencers, we have an inside understanding of this sector. We are not just ahead of the curve: we help create it.

Our core operation draws on the skills and talents of leaders in their fields, according to each client’s vision.

About the CEO

Quartet Consulting CEO Darius Sanai has over the past two decades become one of the world’s most respected editors-in-chief and consultants in the luxury sector, masterminding the creation of the Baku magazine and brand for Conde Nast and the Government of Azerbaijan, and the Future City concept in Astana, Kazakhstan, among others.

Darius Sanai

Sanai was educated at Westminster School and Oxford University where he read PPE. He worked as a business journalist, foreign correspondent and editor for UK and French media groups before joining Conde Nast, the world’s leading magazine publisher, where he retains a senior role. He established Quartet Consulting in 2003. He advises significant figures in the luxury, private equity and international property sectors. He speaks six languages, lives with his family in central London and is an avid collector of fine wine and classic Ferraris.

 

Director, Samantha Welsh

Director Samantha Welsh, a chartered property surveyor and retail specialist, has been a pivotal figure in the establishment of London’s uber-luxe retail zones over the past 25 years.

Welsh advises owners of luxury and fashion brands and major landlords on retail and commercial property strategy, and runs a super-prime property portfolio of her own.

Together with our contacts, we create and establish the content that allows luxury and future brands in countries, cities, developments and private hands to flourish.