Camile Thai Kitchen is the latest franchise to open up its investment opportunity to UK-based entrepreneurs.
The restaurant franchise creates healthy and sustainable meal options and delivers them to customers’ doors. It was established in 2010 by Brody Sweeny. The ambitious businessman has already seen success as the founder of the award-winning O’Briens Sandwich Bar, which has 350 branches across 16 countries.
Camile Thai Kitchen is now also expanding internationally and, so far, it has more than 30 locations, many of which are run by franchisees. Now, Brody is on the lookout for single- and multi-unit franchisees who are committed to developing thriving businesses.
If you join the Camile Thai Kitchen franchise, you’ll set up a restaurant of between 750 and 2,500 square feet and serve food products supplied by Caterday. One of the most recognisable aspects of the brand’s model is its unique, compostable packaging, created with colourful patterns.
Franchisees benefit from the brand’s existing relationships with national suppliers, which helps them access competitive prices. Camile Thai Kitchen also offers every investor a high level of operational support, including regular quality assessments, training days and conferences, and social media management at weekends.
The franchise also provides a helping hand with restaurant fit-outs, marketing and launch programmes. Plus, all investors have the chance to benefit from the brand’s 17 training courses and partnerships with celebrity chefs.
To set up your own Camile Thai Kitchen franchise branch, you’ll need to make a minimum personal investment of £100,000 and a total investment of around £200,000. Once your business is up and running, you’ll be asked to pay a regular advertising fee of five percent of sales, and contribute a further five percent as a royalty fee.
You can find out more about this exciting investment opportunity on the brand’s profile page, linked above.
Alice Tuffery, Point Franchise ©