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Bulgari CEO Expects a Rebound in Sales Following Paris Attacks

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He’s also aiming to grow the luxury brand’s e-commerce business.

Explaining how Bulgari’s sales dropped after the Paris terrorist attacks in November, CEO Jean-Christophe Babin tells Reuters that by keeping “traction through the summer,” the second half of the year “could indeed be much stronger in terms of growth rate.” He tells the news outlet specifically that he’s aiming to grow sales by 10 percent this year. Additionally, he’s putting a greater emphasis on developing the luxury brand’s e-commerce business, which operates in the United States and Japan.

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