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Carluccio's is an Italian restaurant chain founded in London in 1999.
|Headquarters||Covent Garden, |
|UK, Ireland, Middle East and US|
|Carl Lever, Chairman; Mark Jones CEO|
|Services||Restaurant and food shop|
Number of employees
|Over 3,200 (2015)|
In 1999, the first "Carluccio's Caffè" was opened in Market Place, London. The chain expanded, initially across southeast England, and subsequently across the UK. In 2005, Carluccio's listed on the Alternative Investment Market as a PLC. In 2010 the company received a takeover offer from the Landmark Group, a Dubai-based enterprise, valuing Carluccio's at £90m. The transaction was approved by the shareholders and completed in October 2010.
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