The culture of entrepreneurship in the country has grown over the years. Indian entrepreneurs are disrupting the world in the emerging areas of food, health, nutrition and much more.
In fact, this rising trend of entrepreneurship is not just restricted to metro cities. Today more and more young entrepreneurs are based out of Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities.
A supportive ecosystem has emerged in response to these burgeoning aspirations toward entrepreneurship. Catching on to this trend, Fat Tiger, an Indian home-grown restaurant recently announced their upcoming campaign. The company is inviting entrepreneurs across the country to come and try and opt for their franchisee.
In its latest endeavor, the company aims to infuse budding entrepreneurs’ passions. People can choose from various options varying in investment size and real estate required. Fat Tiger Mini offers a 16-18 Months ROI with an investment of up to 16 lakhs Franchise Fee(FF). The next option is Fat Tiger Mini with 18 Months RO1 and an Investment of 30 lakhs+FF.
The last option Includes a full-fledged Fat Tiger Cafe ranging in about 1000-2000 sq ft. carpet area seeking an investment of 50 Lakhs, offering ROI of 24 Months.
Nurturing the entrepreneurship culture, the company also provides end-to-end assistance, help setting up the complete outlet, Hiring efficient staff, Marketing support, and much more. The company has emerged as the world’s first-of-its-kind, modern QSR and Cafe chain with its 45+ outlets located in Bangalore, Hyderabad, Delhi, Dehradun, etc.
Entrepreneurs are playing a very prominent role in society and serving as a catalyst for socio-economic transformation of the country at large.
Addressing the announcement, Sahil Arya and Sahaj Chopra, Co-Founders and Directors at Fat Tiger, said, “We are excited about onboarding fresh talent as competent minds joining us will help us steer in the industry. We hope the initiative will be a hit among budding entrepreneurs, and as a result, we will scale higher. We are excited to embark on this journey and hope to win the love and trust of our customers.”
India is a compelling growth story poised for rapid growth in consumption, urbanisation, digitisation and most importantly rising trend of entrepreneurship.
SMEs account for almost 30 percent of the overall GDP and are responsible for creating four out of five new jobs
With over 67 million of its young people working in rural areas and entrepreneurship emerging as a top career option, India’s economy, which is projected to rise to USD 5 trillion by 2025, has a huge potential to contribute to and benefit from this expanding economy.