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The Next Big High Street Brands for London & The UK

DeVono Cresa Retail & Leisure have had an exciting start to 2015 and are delighted to have secured the sole instructions for the growth of multiple new  concepts. Here are just a few of the brands that you will soon see growing in our shopping centres, high streets, airports and retail parks across London & the UK.

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Hungerdog
The restaurants will feature high quality breads with a variety of artisan sausages and toppings.

With a 2015 strategy for the opening of 3 sites located in prominent, high footfall locations, DeVono Cresa are delighted to be representing an exciting new food concept, offering the best tasting sausages in the UK.

As well as this, the fun and branded packaging of the products will be bespoke and this will add to the marketing of the brand spreading by encouraging people to ‘interact’ with it.

The founders, Tim & Julie, have over 20 years’ experience in both Europe and North America within the international hospitality industry working with companies including Krispy Kreme, Itsu, Pho, Paul and Carluccios.

Unisa Europe
Unisa Europe is currently trading from 20 outlets in Spain & France as well as over 2000 points of sale globally. Unisa is an internationally renowned Spanish footwear brand. Its designs are particularly characterised by their comfort and the quality of the raw materials used, which is the reason why plenty of women trust and follow the Unisa brand. A company that adapts fashion to everyday women’s life and comfort, their mission is to provide their customers with fashionable, comfortable and quality footwear at good prices.

DeVono Cresa Retail & Leisure are to represent them in their UK expansion.  There is an immediate need for 2 prime Central London retail sites of which one, is currently under offer and with multiple more planned for in the years to follow.

Pizza Rossa
Pizza Rossa is an award-winning company which sells high quality pizza al taglio (by the square slice) inspired by the street food vendors of Italy.

Delicious and authentic, their pizza is freshly made daily. They mix the dough in small batches using a little known artisan proving process, which can last up to 24 hours. The dough is vegan, with lower levels of gluten, yeast and salt than most pizzas, and contains no sugar or preservatives. Their toppings come from the finest ingredients, all carefully sourced, from buffalo mozzarella to the freshest vegetables quickly chargrilled to seal in all the flavour.

Crowdcube recently announced; Pizza Rossa has raised 82% of its £150,000 target following investment from more than 80 people. The company, which is creating a chain of Italian-style quick service pizzerias in London, is seeking investment to fund working capital and expansion. Pizza Rossa forecast that from 2017 it will open at least one new outlet a year, adding to its current locations near Leadenhall Market and London Wall.

DeVono Cresa Retail & Leisure have secured the first two Pizza Rossa sites in the City of London and can be found here: http://pizzarossa.com/locations/

With several more sites under consideration, 2015 is going to be a year of expansion for London’s most delicious pizza company.