Veeno

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Veeno
Private
IndustryHospitality, restaurant
Founded2013
FounderAndrea Zecchino & Nino Caruso
HeadquartersManchester
Number of locations
20
Area served
United Kingdom
ProductsItalian wine, Italian cuisine
Revenue£6m
Number of employees
150
WebsiteVeeno

Veeno, Italian wine café is an Italian wine bar restaurant chain in the United Kingdom. As of December 2018, the company has 20 outlets (Manchester, Leeds, York, Liverpool, Nottingham, Bristol, Harrogate, Edinburgh, Leicester, a second site in Leeds, Chester, Cardiff, a second site in Edinburgh, Stratford-upon-Avon, Croydon, Brighton, Norwich, London St. Pauls and Reading).

Overview[edit]

The company was founded in Manchester in 2013 by Andrea Zecchino, former Ernst & Young consultant, and Nino Caruso.[1]Veeno purveys Italian wines produced in the family vineyard of co-founder Nino Caruso, Caruso & Minini (Marsala, Sicily). In November 2013, the first outlet was opened in Manchester. In July 2014, Veeno opened in Leeds and in November 2014 in York. Liverpool was opened in August 2015 and Nottingham in October 2015. The company has a group turnover in excess of 5 million pounds, including the e-commerce website and is set to keep growing in the next years.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Shelina Begum (15 October 2014). "Veeno to serve up 10 new venues". Manchester Evening News.
  2. ^ "Fast-growing wine cafe chain comes to York". Yorkshire Post. November 26, 2014. Retrieved November 24, 2017.

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