Highly Profitable Food Franchise Looking for Investment in Pune

Available on Introduction
Listing IDSL005125 Asking Price (in INR) INR 6.92 Lac Last Year TurnoverINR 81.00 Lac EBITDA/ Operating Margin % 20%

Business Details

PRODUCTS & SERVICES

They serve Hyderabadi cuisines, Biryanis & North Indian.

CLIENTELE

General eaters

PREMISES

For online ordering, they have tie-ups with Zomato, Swiggy, Food Panda

OTHER DETAILS

Well known franchise brand restaurant based in Kharadi, Pune that has been successfully running since Feb 2019. - This is primarily an online model but we also experimented by accommodating 12 covers in this restaurant. - On an average, we receive 50-70 customers / orders on a daily basis. - The Online to Footfall ratio is 70:30. - Daily revenue generated varies between INR 10,000 to 25,000. - It is a franchise of a well known biryani brand. - We pay 6% royalty and we still have 5 years 6 months to go before franchise license comes up for renewal. - Our restaurant has crossed INR 4 Lakh per month in sales and expected to cross INR 10 lakh - 12 lakh in next 5-6 months. - We need to expand this restaurant and raise the seating to 24-30 as a lot of customers go back seeing the restaurant full. - There has been a month on month increment on sales - We have a chain of 5 outlets in Pune - Kharadi, Magarpatta, Deccan, Wakad, and Hinjewadi. - We want to raise funds for this business, which has shown a lot of poise and promise since inception. - we serve Veg & non-veg starters, curries, biryani, breads, desserts. - we have opened 4 outlets in the last 5 months

ASKING PRICE INCLUDES

20% stake in the Entire set up with 3 months running expenses

IndustryCafe & Fast Food Joint LocationPune
Total Views1919 Last Active22 hours ago
Entity typePartnership Started in 2017
Transaction TypeRaise Funds (via equity)
Franchise
Employees9
ReasonOne of the partners is moving abroad

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