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New cash injection for Tiendanimal

Rafael Martínez-Avial aims to open 100 Tiendanimal stores by 2020.

Pet store chain Tiendanimal is getting 60 million euros to achieve its declared aim of opening 100 stores by the year 2020. The capital increase of the current shareholders, including Miura Private Equity and the management team, is coming from Munizich and LGT as well as Banco Santander. The Malaga-based company expects to clear sales of more than 100 million euros this year.

Rafael Martínez-Avial, general manager of Tiendanimal, will talk about the latest developments and present the pet store chain's concept at the International Pet Conference in Budapest on 9 and 10 October.

| 9 February 2018


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