Fashion TV set for UAE expansion
- United Arab Emirates: Monday, January 07 - 2013 at 04:17
Fashion TV has confirmed its latest venture Studio F at the Boulevard Jumeirah Emirates Towers is set to open mid-February, Gulf News has reported. The 600 capacity restaurant is to be followed by other outlets in the country, said Fashion TV president, Michel Adam. "We are developing three other cafes in the UAE at Emirates Boulevard, Infinity Tower and Sunset Mall in Jumeirah. They will all be fashionable versions of Starbucks," Adam said. "We have one [clothing] store in Dubai Mall and we hope to expand those to many in the regions. We are also in negotiations to find a suitable partner to open up an FTV hotel in the region."
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