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Thérapie Clinic invest £50m into UK Expansion and predict 1,500 new jobs

Written by Robert McHugh, on 3rd Apr 2019. Posted in General

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The Thérapie Clinic, run by Irish siblings Philip McGlade and Katie McGlade, has announced a £50 million investment in the UK.

The chain of affordable aesthetic clinics is set to open 100 new clinics over the next three years, forecasting a job creation figure of over 1,500.

Thérapie already have 31 clinics across the UK and Ireland and have recently opened four new clinics in London including their flagship clinic on Wigmore Street. The Wigmore Street is now London’s largest aesthetic clinic set on 4000 sq ft premise. 

Thérapie is currently the biggest provider of Botox, fillers and laser hair removal in the UK and Ireland, with over 250,000 existing clients. The clinic offers a wide range of the most advanced and high-tech, non-surgical treatments for the skin and body. Specialising in laser hair removal, skin treatments, botox, fillers and fat freezing, Thérapie have a treatment for all cosmetic needs and have carried out over 2 million treatments across the UK and Ireland thus far.

Commenting on the expansion, Managing Director of Thérapie, Katie McGlade said, "At a time of national instability, we feel incredibly grateful to be planning our 100 store roll out plan and to be bringing the world’s most advanced laser hair removal and skin treatments to a whole host of new customers across the UK and Ireland.”

Thérapie Clinic CEO, Phillip McGlade added, "We have had unprecedented growth for Thérapie Clinic this year as we have grown our offering in both the UK and Ireland. We have seen our business triple in the past few months, with thousands of new customers coming in for Botox and filler treatments. To be able to invest more into the business and continue to grow is extremely exciting. We look forward to working with all the new recruits and meeting new clients."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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