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KKR buys stake in TWG Tea, Osim parent V3

KKR is to invest as much as S$500 million (US$366 million) into V3, the parent of cafe chain TWG Tea and massage chair retailer Osim.

TWG Tea London flagship has 800 brews to try

TWG Tea has launched a London flagship in Leicester Square.

New brands joining line-up at The Shoppes

New brands will join The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands in the next few months.

Osim seeks to relist in Hong Kong as V3

Osim has submitted a preliminary prospectus to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange to relist as V3.

T2 Singapore launches with kaya toast brew

For its first outlet in Asia, tea chain T2 Singapore has introduced a brew that pays homage to kaya toast.

TWG Tea makes debut in Canada

Singaporean brand TWG Tea has entered the North American market with a store in Vancouver.

SSI launches online store in Philippines

An online store recently launched in the Philippines by Stores Specialists will soon become the nation’s online gateway to global brands. Stores Specialists Inc is a member of the SSI Group, the number one lifestyle specialty retailer in the Philippines, a member of the Rustan’s Group of companies. It manages leading fashion, luxury and lifestyle brands like Gucci, Prada, Anne Klein, Ferragamo, Michael Kors, Hamley’s and Pottery Barn. The new website, SSI Life offers shoppers the opp…

TWG Tea in UAE expansion

Singapore’s TWG Tea plans three new stores in the UAE. The luxury tea house says two of those will be located in Abu Dhabi. It is distributed by local company RSH, a subsidiary of Al Futtaim Group. The company guarantees products are fresh every day as they have a local kitchen in the UAE. Nicolas Talon, GM at RSH, says they position TWG Tea along with luxury brands. He says around 80 per cent of their sales come from five star hotels. Further expansion will see it open in Qatar in 2…

TWG Tea enters Korea

Singapore-based luxury tea house TWG Tea has opened its first cafe-store in South Korea. The shop is located in the upscale neighbourhood of Cheongdam-dong, Southern Seoul and offers 800 different kinds of tea sourced from different parts of the world. Taha Bouqdib, head of TWG Tea, believes the company has the potential to grow in the Korean market. “The statistics from our London store shows that Koreans are always among the top three along with Chinese and Japanese. Even in Singapore…

TWG Tea woos Thai tea lovers

Singapore tea shop aims to become a tea institution in Asia.

TWG Tea to grow beyond Asia

China, Taiwan, Dubai and other Middle East countries to get TWG Tea next year.


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