Marothiya Pedewala Franchise Opportunity - Franchise India
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  • Area Req
    200 - 500 Sq.ft
  • Investment Range
    INR 2 Lac - 5 Lac
  • Franchise Outlets
    No Outlets
Business Details

We are Central India's most famous brand in maunfacturing of Pede operating since 100 yrs ago.

Presently making wide variety of sweets n namkeen..

Investment Details

Commenced Operations

Operations Commenced On 1950

Franchising / Distribution Commenced On 2018

Franchise Details
Units

Investment INR 2lac - 5lac

Franchise/Brand Fee INR 200000

Royalty/Commission 10 %

Expansion Locations
North

- NA -

South

- NA -

East

- NA -

West

Gujarat, Rajasthan

Central

Madhya Pradesh

Union Territories

- NA -

Franchise Details

Likely pay back period of capital for a unit franchise 0- Months

Property Details

Type of property required for this franchise opportunity Commercial

Floor area requirement 200 - 500 Sq.ft

Training Details

Is field assistance available for franchisee ? Yes

Expert guidance from Head Office to franchisee in opening the franchise Yes

Current IT systems will be included in the franchise Yes

Agreement & Term Details

How long is the franchise term for? Lifetime

Is the term renewable? Yes

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