With a six inches diameter of assorted flavours, Pizza Hut’s success story is no secret. In an exclusive interview with Nusra, Unnat Varma, MD, Pizza Hut India talks about Pizza Hut's growth as a franchise brand in India.
Today, the organic food market in India is growing at 25-30 per cent, and a study says that the domestic organic food market would touch $1.36 billion by 2020. Let us see what opportunities it offers to franchisees.
Having started from one store, Saffron lifestyle today has reached to 75 stores in nine years. In an interaction with Joyshree Saha, HITESH VASWANI, Owner/MD, Saffron Lifestyle shares his journey so far
With an annual worldwide sale of over 23 million handsets, Gionee ranks No.10 by its market share, In a candid conversation with Joyshree Saha Arvind Vohra, MD & CEO, Gionee India shares about brand's fast emerging network in global markets.
The buzz is all about a practical way of education using the right skill set to meet the market demand in a result oriented approach. Education franchising market share is always more in India as compared to western countries.
PUMA entered the Indian market in 2006 and within three years it has shown an exceptional growth. Sanjay Roy, Executive Director Sales, PUMA India speaks to Joyshree Saha, about his strategies for franchise stores.
A unique preschool football programme, Little Kickers is operational in 19 countries. Christine Stanschus, Founder & CEO, Little Kickers Group, shares the brands journey and plans to enter India way ahead with Utpala Ghosh
Committing towards the standards set by the brand, the franchisors do visit the franchisees. Let's have a sneak peek into the pre-school category that has swelled up due to its high quality standards of education and regular audit exercises.
WITH rage of urbanisation sprawling across the length and breadth of the country, private schools have long crossed over the city limits and penetrated into tier 3-4 cities and are betting high on the franchise route.
Over the years, the education industry has undergone a sea change with the focus shifted from public to private sector. Catering to the skill deficit vocational education business proves to be ready money spinner.
According to a study by KPMG, the size of the so called organised laundry market in India is around 5,200 crores; Here is the glimpse of the dry cleaning and laundry industry along with the business opportunity it offers to potential franchisees.