Dum Dum Donuts franchise

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Dum Dum franchise has produced the world’s first artisan baked donut. Made with only natural ingredients and without compromising on taste, Dum Dum Donuts offer beautifully baked (not fried) handmade donuts to a growing fan base across the UK.

We are quickly securing prime locations for our outlets - from carts in Tube stations, Kiosk in malls, outside cabins and traditional Stores – and we need franchisees to secure these opportunities and open stores.

Dum Dum stores are opening soon in Shoreditch, Harrods, Brighton, Croydon, Bicester Village Westfield, Euston, Oxford Circus, Bond St, Watford, Milton Keynes, Canary Wharf, Wandsworth, Windsor, O2, Victoria, Ealing Broadway, Bluewater and Brentcross.

The Dum Dum franchise operating model is simple, a small A1 unit, a high footfall location, donuts delivered fresh every day and stored at ambient room temperature. Display is extremely important as seeing is believing. All you need then is great staff who can serve the customers. Complimentary sales include Coffee, cold drinks, milkshakes and ice-cream.

We require you to have at least £60,000 liquid capital to get started. A cart costs as little as £10,000 and Kiosks start at around £25,000 which is why our franchisees are opening multiple locations very quickly.

We are now looking for franchisees from across the UK. If you wish to open your own donut franchise store, then contact us today to find out more about Dum Dum franchise.

Minimum Personal Investment: £10,000
Minimum Total Investment: £ 60,000
BFA Relationship: N/A
Franchise Type: Retail
Industry: Food



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