ZSuites & Foresster Headquarters
|Industry||Real estate, Software development, Computer hardware, Consumer electronics, Weapons development, Vehicle manufacturing|
Jason M. Foresster
|Headquarters||Tofino, Zian, Zamastan |
Aunistria, Aunistria, Zamastan
|Tauren Delavian (President & CEO)|
Lily-Grace Burris (Executive Chairman)
Vienna Galvan (Vice President)
Asad Pham (COO)
|Products||zPhone, zPad, zTelescreen|
|Z$ 43.8 billion (2019)|
|+ Z$ 80.6 billion (2019)|
|Total assets||Z$ 255.662 billion (2019)|
|Total equity||Z$ 133.4 billion (2019)|
Number of employees
ZSuites & Foresster Incorporated, also known as ZSuites Incorporated and formally known as Foresster Market, is a multi-billion dollar multi-establishment organization located in Zamastan, though they have businesses opened across Iearth. The company is famous for its high-end real estate development and construction. Through its various constituent companies and partnerships, it has or has had interests in real estate development, investing, brokerage, sales and marketing, and property management, but also has subsidiaries in technology, vehicle manufacturing, and arms development. It was founded by Zacharias Castovia in 2012, and is currently headed by Tauren Delavian. The company employs nearly 229,000 people. They also operate or have operated in construction, hospitality, casinos, entertainment, book and magazine publishing, broadcast media, model management, retail, financial services, food and beverages, business education, online travel, and commercial and private aviation.
ZSuites & Foresster is headquartered in the ZSuites & Foresster Campus in Tofino, and has other corporate locations and acquisitions in foreign nations, most notably Avergnon, Cadair, South Sotoa, Austrolis, and Emmiria. In April 2019, they announced plans to purchase out and merge with Endromedia Incorporated, the largest tech company in Avergnon. They have also have store locations in Quetana, Rio Palito, Vulkaria, and Yuan.
The enterprise has been met with criticism since its inception in 2012. Famously, it was an important part of the Delavian Bribery Scandal, which shook Zamastan's political landscape with the resignation of both Chief of Staff Aya Booth and President Castovia, who returned to the company following his leave. The scandal also resulted in the sentencing of congressman Cormac Hammer by special prosecutor Cairo Gough.