Sip-Station is an upcoming name in the fruit drinks sector with its specialty in retail concentrate based beverages. We serve fruit drinks drawn from fresh concentrates of genuine origins like Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, the home of fruits like Apples and Lychees. Sip-Station is aggressively seeking to penetrate the central Indian fruit beverage market via channels like corporate offices, hospitals and malls.
Famous for its apple, we plan to bring the best apple extract straight from Himachal Pradesh, the pioneer state in apple plantation, manufactured by HPMC, a Himachal Pradesh government undertaking, to be served to our customers over the counter. Although the prime product would be apple and lychee juice (made from concentrates), we are looking forward to diversify our portfolio at a quick succession stage.
The products are priced at a very affordable rate but are of excellent quality, thereby appealing to the masses.
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Operations Commenced On2013
Franchising / Distribution Commenced On2013
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Investment Rs. 50 K - 2lac
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Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh
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Want to expandNationwide
Exclusive territorial rights to a unit franchise No
Performance guarantee to unit franchisee No
Anticipated percentage return on investment - NA -
Likely pay back period of capital for a unit franchise - NA -
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Preferred location of unit franchise outlet - NA -
Detailed operating manuals for franchisees No
Franchisee training location No
Is field assistance available for franchisee? No
Expert guidance from Head Office to franchisee in opening the franchise No
Current IT systems will be included in the franchise No
Do you have a standard franchise agreement? No
How long is the franchise term for? Year
Is the term renewable? No