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Teesside disco clothing retailer reveals "ambitious" international expansion plans

A North East retro clothing brand has revealed “ambitious” plans for expansion across the UK and Europe over the next three years.

Brutus Gold Boutique, based in Teesside, is set to launch two new production facilities in Australia and Italy this July to keep up with growing demand.

The company, which specialises in disco-era inspired clothes, said that it is on course to achieve turnover of £3.5m in the next three years.

Its transition into global wholesale is now expected to boost its sales by 80 per cent by the end of 2022.

Rocco Violetta, founder and managing director of Brutus Gold Boutique, commented: “We put a huge amount of effort into the development stages of our garments, ensuring that we sourced from the correct suppliers and testing the products repeatedly.

“It has been very hard work but very rewarding, too. From the outset it always felt good to us and the brand immediately struck a chord with like-minded customers worldwide.

“Our ethos is simple: we offer complete transparency from manufacturing to production to customer support. All of our products are hand finished with love. Ultimately, we want people to be happy and have fun with what we are doing.

“We aim to be the world’s one stop shop for ethical retro design clothing and based on our current momentum, we are well on the way to becoming that.”

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