After a cracking 2020, the pizza franchise continues to thrive and achieve in 2021, and now, Caprinos has won two awards and been a finalist for another.
In spite of the pandemic, Caprinos enjoyed a very successful 2020, and 2021 hasn’t disappointed, either. The pizza franchise is on a strong trajectory of growth and expansion, and it’s not looking to slow down anytime soon.
In fact, it managed to achieve the Pizza and Pasta Award for Smaller Delivery Chain in both 2018 and 2020, as well as the 2020-21 Prestige Award for Best Takeaway of the Year. Caprinos was also a finalist for the British Takeaway Awards’ Best Restaurant Chain in Britain. Beyond this award-winning run, Caprinos has continued to expand, and recently opened its 50th franchise location, aiming to have reached 80 operational restaurants by the end of 2021.
If you’d like to join a franchise that’s only going to continue to grow and develop with time, capitalising on success that’s been proven 50 times over, you can become a franchisee for a minimum investment of £85,000, with franchise fees of £5,000 and a total investment cost of £95,000. Caprinos franchisees need only be ambitious, with a strong desire to succeed.
No experience in the restaurant or food service industries is necessary, as in return for your investment, you’ll receive 14 days of training, regularly updated guidance, plenty of operational materials and a solid business model to follow. You’ll also benefit from quarterly operational audits, which will help you to maintain standards of systems, food and health and safety in your franchise unit, keeping everything ticking away nicely. Find out more about becoming a Caprinos franchisee via the company’s profile page, which you’ll discover linked above.
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