New CAVAVIN stores have opened in Glasgow, Paris, Toulon, Tourcoing (France) and Chisinau (Moldova).
This has been an impressive year for the wine franchise, with 12 people due to start their wine training cycle with CAVAVIN in September 2021. In the franchise’s words, “After a second half of 2020 with an increase of more than 30% in franchisee sales, the first half of 2021 followed the same trend.” This growth is set to continue, and in the second half of the year, more openings are planned for the 12 franchisees who start training in September. These new CAVAVIN stores will include three further UK locations: Newcastle, London and Buckingham.
In the last year, as customers have changed their buying habits, CAVAVIN feels that it has secured new customers with quality advice and “the very good value for money of the wine and spirits range”. Company communications have also taken the time to focus on and prioritise customers this year, giving them “added reasons to be curious and discover new things” via the implementation of gift cards, and loyalty programme and increased digital communications from the brand.
CAVAVIN is planning to open 200 more wine shops in the next two years, including takeovers of existing wine shops from franchisees looking to enjoy their retirement. It’s process of international development has brought with it many new opportunities, and, “With new customer profiles to satisfy internationally and new profiles of project owners, CAVAVIN has been able to challenge itself and accelerate its already positive dynamic.”
If you’d like to invest with this fast-growing wine franchise, continuing the native French company’s successful expansion into the UK, you can become a CAVAVIN franchisee. Find out more about investing with CAVAVIN via its profile page, which you’ll discover linked above.
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