Now, you can become a part of its growth and expansion by selecting between three franchising paths.
When you walk through the doors of a Centenary Lounge, you feel as if you’ve been transported back in time. This sophisticated café franchise is designed to remind customers of 1930s railway cafés and restaurants, and it’s a hit.
The coffee shop franchise has been delivering a beautiful Art Deco customer experience for 12 years, and now, it’s welcoming franchisees to its network. If you’d like to hop on board the Centenary Lounge train, you can franchise via one of the three available concept models...
The first concept model is called ‘First Class Lounge’. Franchisees making this kind of investment will open a Centenary Lounge unit designed for the high street, with a fuller menu, generous seating and table service. Several of the dishes offered at First Class Lounge locations would need to be prepared by someone with cooking experience and the ability to follow detailed recipes, provided by the franchisor.
The second concept model is called ‘Express Lounge’. Franchisees at this level will open a Centenary Lounge designed for a large to medium railway location, with a more compact menu designed to appeal to customers on the go, and more café-style seating. This concept is more versatile and casual.
The final concept model is called ‘Station Kiosk’. Station Kiosk franchisees would run a standalone store, perfect for stations, airports or even shopping centres, and largely focused on takeaway, rather than dine-in, customers.
These models decrease, relative to their size, in terms of total investment cost, and all Centenary Lounge franchisees are afforded a high quality of support and training, enabling them to do the job with confidence. If you’re interested in investing, you can find out more about Centenary Lounge via its profile page, which is linked above.
Cara Squires, Point Franchise ©