Chicken Cottage UK Franchise
|Contact Name:||Imran Khan|
|Address:||14 Valley Point|
|Beddington Farm Road|
|Minimum Personal Investment:||N/A|
|Minimum Total Investment:||£150,000|
|BFA Relationship:||Provisional list|
Chicken Cottage opened its first store in London in 1994 and has since become one of the leading providers of halal chicken fast-food products.
With a range of items on the menu, from burgers to wraps to chicken wings as well as lamb and vegetarian offerings, Chicken Cottage provides something for everyone. Its popularity has allowed it to expand across the UK via the franchising system as well as to countries across the globe including Canada, Italy, Belgium, Pakistan and Malaysia.
Chicken Cottage has been franchising since 1995 and now has almost 100 stores in the UK. Franchisees are able to take a more hands-on approach to their role, serving customers directly, or to deal primarily with operational concerns such as stock and staffing.
The training provided to new franchisees involves a range of modules relating to store management which are formally assessed. Franchisees are then required to work in a Chicken Cottage store for four weeks to gain first-hand experience. If you are interested and would like to find out more, please contact Chicken Cottage today.
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