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    Roberto Cavalli Cafe’s and Clubs set for international expansion


    The international chain of Cafe’s and Clubs is expanding thanks to a licensing agreement between and Lebanese owned . Chairman of the Group, , announced that is has signed 20 agreements, valued at $150 million. The Group is already the local partner of the Italian house for the Cavalli Club which has been operating since 2009 in Dubai. Currently, there is a Cavalli Club operating in Florence and a Just Cavalli Cafe in Milan.

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    As planned, by 2015, Pragma will be opening five Cavalli Clubs and 15 Cavalli Cafe’s in several key international locations. The first Cavalli Cafe’s are scheduled to be inagurated by 2012 in Beirut, Istanbul, , Mumbai, and Sao Paolo. Once fully rolled out the value of the properties will be worth $300 million, of which approximetly $75 million will be provided by Pragma Group’s fund, Laylak, whereas the rest will come from local investors.

    – IndiaRetailing Bureau