BUCHAREST — NightProwl Studio is taking its business to the next level.
Highlighting the effort is the launch of one of the most modern studios in Europe, in the city of Constanta, Romania; with 12 rooms and with an investment of over 250,000 euros. In addition, NightProwl also acquired the ChatLive Studio in Iasi, Romania.
ChatLive was founded more than 10 years ago by local entrepreneur Sebi Onofrei, who now is moving on to different areas of the live cam industry. By passing the reins over to NightProwl, Onofrei is ensuring his work from the last decade will remain in good hands. Nightprowl Iasi is currently under renovation and scheduled to reopen in mid-September.
“I am confident that this studio under new leadership will continue to grow and evolve in a beautiful manner,” said Onofre. “I will still be around the live cam industry, providing services such as Camerolla and other projects to come in the near future.”
The expansion plans do not stop there. NightProwl is already planning a huge investment in a studio in Bucharest, the capital city of Romania, next spring, and is also analyzing other opportunities in Romania and abroad.
NightProwl Studio was founded in 2011 by Alex Gheorghe, who is also the founder and owner of AWSummit and other successful projects.
“I do not intend to create the largest network of models in terms of quantity,” Gheorghe explained. “We are focusing on making real progress day by day, and we keep maintaining our position and increasing the quality level of our models and certainly the revenue per model as well.”
“We have a leading role when it comes to model’s income and monetizing and we will not stop here,” Gheorghe added. “We will keep delivering more than expected.”
As one of the most renown entities in the camming arena, NightProwl continues to build its reputation and success with a steady ascending slope. This is due to having an experienced team and engaging leader that always pushes for development, innovation and growth.
“This should be seen as yet another bold move,” Gheorghe concluded, “with favorable outcomes projected.”
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