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How hip QSR Cafe chain is infusing the passions of budding entrepreneurs: A look at its business model

The culture of entrepreneurship in the country has grown over the years. Indian entrepreneurs are revolutionizing the world in the emerging areas of food, health, nutrition and much more.

In fact, this growing trend of entrepreneurship is not just limited to metropolitan cities. Today, more and more young entrepreneurs are based in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities.

A supportive ecosystem has emerged in response to these growing aspirations towards entrepreneurship. Catching this trend, Fat Tiger, a homegrown Indian restaurant, recently announced its next campaign. The company is inviting business owners from all over the country to come and test drive their franchisee.

In its latest effort, the company aims to infuse the passions of budding entrepreneurs. People can choose from several options that vary in investment size and real estate required. Fat Tiger Mini offers a ROI of 16-18 months with an investment of up to 16 lakhs of Franchise Fee (FF). The next option is Fat Tiger Mini with 18 Months RO1 and an Investment of 30 lakhs+FF.

The last option includes a Fat Tiger Cafe complete with a carpet area of ​​about 1000-2000 sq. ft. which seeks an investment of 50 lakhs and offers a ROI of 24 months.

Fostering the entrepreneurial culture, the company also provides end-to-end assistance, help to set up the entire outlet, efficient staffing, marketing support, and much more. The company has become the world’s first modern QSR and coffee shop chain with its more than 45 outlets located in Bangalore, Hyderabad, Delhi, Dehradun etc.

Entrepreneurs are playing a very prominent role in society and serving as catalysts for the socio-economic transformation of the country in general.

Addressing the announcement, Sahil Arya and Sahaj Chopra, Co-Founders and Directors of Fat Tiger, said: “We are excited about the addition of new talent as the competent minds joining us will help us lead the industry. We look forward to the initiative a success. among budding entrepreneurs and we will scale higher as a result. We are excited to embark on this journey and look forward to earning the love and trust of our customers.”

India is a compelling growth story poised for rapid growth in consumption, urbanization, digitization, and most importantly, the rising trend of entrepreneurship.

SMEs account for almost 30% of total GDP and are responsible for creating four out of five new jobs

With more than 67 million of its youth working in rural areas and entrepreneurship emerging as one of the best career options, India’s economy, projected to grow to USD 5 trillion by 2025, has enormous potential to contribute and benefit from this expanding economy.

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