TM Lewin is planning to open one new store for every week over the next three years after it recorded a significant rise in profits.
Over half of the new stores will be in South Africa and India with the rest spread across the Far East, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Nigeria and the Czech Republic.
The shirtmaker currently operates 91 stores in the United Kingdom and over 58 stores in international markets including Singapore, Australia and Malaysia.
Chief executive Geoff Quinn, who owns the majority of the business, said: “We have received a fantastic reception in many of our new store openings around the world. Clearly our brand is well known within the international business community and this has given us a lot of confidence with our plans.”
Earnings at TM Lewin have risen by 77 per cent in the past six months.
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