Well Known Registered Trademark Cafe Brand Available for Part Exit in Gujarat
This profitable business was established in 2013. This is one of the biggest brands in Gujarat and has potential to expand PAN India. Currently, they have given 17 franchisees of their brand in cities like Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Surat, Vapi, Patan, Rajkot, Morbi and Anand. They have the district and state master franchise authority. They have the UK Hygiene Authority certification.This is one of the most affordable cafe chains and attracts a large number of people interested in buying Franchisees of this brand.
They provide 3 franchisees in a month at an average. Their franchises have more than 150 products ranging from Burgers, Pastas, Nuggets, Mocktails, and various other snacks and beverages. They have a minimum requirement of 275 sq.ft space. All the services like interiors, marketing, electricity and wifi installations, flooring, kitchen setup, training and other infrastructure requirements are taken care of by the parent company. They also provide raw materials at discounted rates and other training from time to time. All the franchisees are fully air-conditioned located at prime locations.
There is no royalty currently involved which can be upgraded. This brand can be expanded throughout India with increased marketing efforts. The revenue of last year is approx INR 1.8Cr with a profit margin of more than 50%. The promoter holds 70% stake in the brand(parent) from which he is looking to sell 35% since he has a plan to move abroad. Seller is looking to sell equity only to working partner, he is not much interested in an Investment partner. The other promoter who holds 30% would still be associated with the business and will help the new promoter in understanding the nitty-gritty of this business. The Asking price is INR 40 Lacs.
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