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Italy-Based MARKAGAIN Opens U.S. Hub In Miami, Florida

MARKAGAIN, an Italy-based leader in the management and resale of pre-owned luxury goods, plans to open its first U.S. office in Miami, Florida.

The company said the Miami hub is part of its “strategic growth objectives to expand into new markets, MARKAGAIN selected Miami as its home base as it is one of the largest yachting destinations in the world and ideally situated between the Americas. With the ultimate goal of redefining luxury, MARKAGAIN has elaborated their portfolio of premier commodities and services, giving prime assets a second chance to be purchased."

"The opening of our first U.S. office location represents the evolution of our business concept and the extension of our strategic plans for MARKAGAIN," said Milvio Ricci, Head Sales Manager.

According to the firm, at MARKAGAIN the sales process continues after the initial point of sale by providing superior knowledge of the specifications of luxury goods coupled with additional support throughout the life of the luxury goods purchased. “With its vast network of specialized brokers and intermediaries, asset management capabilities, and legal and financial counsel, MARKAGAIN facilitates the entire process beyond the point of purchase.”

As a central agent, MARKAGAIN sells pre-owned luxury boats of the most important Italian yachting brands, including but not limited to Ferretti, Riva, and Azimut. Since 2012, the company has sold 130 yachts. In addition, MARKAGAIN carries a varied selection of prestigious European luxury and sports car manufacturers, such as Ferrari, Aston Martin, Porsche and Maserati. Contained throughout five wholly owned warehouses in Italy, 300 cars have been sold to date. The firm also has a portfolio of luxury villas, houses and other prestigious real estate properties in some of the most elegant cities worldwide, including Venice, Sardinia, and Tuscany.

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