Leoni will open a fiber optic garden franchise in New York City, where fiber optics are a big business, according to a report from TechCrunch.
The franchise, which will have a capacity of 50,000 customers, will open at Leoni’s flagship store in Manhattan’s Times Square.
Leoni plans to open the franchise in early 2017, according the report.
The brand’s website lists the company’s headquarters in Leipzig, Germany.
Leona, which is owned by Leona Gold and which was founded in 2005, has about 70 employees and plans to hire as many as 50 employees by the end of this year, the report said.
The New York Times reports that Leoni is the only company to have launched a fiber optics franchise in the United States, which includes the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles.
Leanna Gold also has a fiber-optic brand in Canada.
Leons company plans to start up in the U.S. in 2019, according TechCrunch, which adds that Leona plans to offer fiber optic services in the first two years.
Leonas fiber optic business is expected to grow to about 10 million customers by 2023, according an analysis from the investment bank Lazard.
Leonia was founded by Leoni Gold and was founded out of the merger of Leona and Leona Diamond.
The Leoni Diamond brand was acquired by the investment firm BDO Capital Partners in 2017 for $2.5 billion.
Leontas fiber optics brand is expected in 2019 to have a sales value of about $20 million.
Leora’s fiber optic brand is now the largest in the world, with a sales price of $50 million per year.
Leono is also owned by a Chinese investment firm.
It is the second-largest in the country, after Leona.
Leonera has a presence in more than 50 countries, according Leoni.
Leonna is also an investment bank with the investments of Goldman Sachs and the Carlyle Group.