Date Updated: 29-June-2020
Coffee Master Franchise Opportunities
Established in 1992 in Virginia, USA, Greenberry's is a coffee franchise with international presence. We are now seeking the right investors to develop the Greenberry's Coffee Co. brand in the UK via our Master Franchise Model.
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Snowflake Luxury Gelato is the leading UK brand in the gelato space
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Existing Coffee franchises for sale
About Coffee franchises
Coffee franchises is one of the most popular choices when it comes to choosing a franchise. So why are coffee franchise opportunities so desirable? When you think of coffee, two brands that come to mind are Starbucks franchise and Costa Coffee franchise; which are not only big in the world of coffee but two of the biggest brands worldwide.
Those coffee franchises that can offer instant recognition, such as Costa, Starbucks, Caffe Nero, Esquires and Muffin Break, can usually guarantee income from day one. The investment may be high, but so will be the rewards.
And whilst coffee franchises are popular with those who want to invest substantially in a business with instant brand appeal and the opportunity to develop a multi-unit operation, a more affordable option is becoming increasingly popular in the UK, mobile coffee franchises.
A mobile coffee van such as a Cafe2u franchise or a coffee cart business such as Coffee-Bike franchise, allows those who have dreamt of owning their own coffee shop or café to now be able to make that dream a reality. As the business can be run from home, the franchise investment will tend to be substantially lower than a traditional coffee shop franchise. Another benefit of owning a mobile coffee franchise is that you can take your business to the people! Cafe2u and Coffee-Bike franchises can be seen outside of workplaces across the UK and as they are able to cater at private and publica functions and events, you are not limited to the traditional working week.
A key market is the baked goods sector, valued at £3.5bn, where consumers are moving away from supermarket mass produced desserts, in favour of visiting cafes and coffee houses for a dessert experience. This is why specialist dessert franchises are becomingly increasingly popular with the likes of Little Dessert Shop franchise leading the way in the UK.
Another key trend is successful international franchisees looking to the UK as a key market for them. Recently Donut King and Gloria Jeans, two successful Australian franchises, signed up UK master franchisors who are committed to expanding both brands in the UK.
The UK coffee market is currently worth over £9.4bn and with the consumption of coffee in the UK continuing to increase, up from 70 to 95 million cups per day since 2007, it seems probable that coffee franchise opportunities will remain popular and very much in-demand.