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£200,000 Minimum Investment
Franchise Description :
Second Cup Coffee Cafe Business Franchise
Finance:Yes, through a third party
Contact Name:Second Cup Ltd
6303 Airport Road,
6303 Airport Road,
2nd Floor Mississauga,
1-877-212-1XXXClick number to show
Second Cup is the largest speciality coffee retailer based in Canada, founded in Toronto in 1975 they have been serving premium coffee and the very best in coffee house atmosphere and service since. This dedication to quality has seen them become not only one of Canada’s most recognisable and successful coffee house brands, they have grown to become an international name, with cafes in 33 countries across the world.
The Second Cup experience is one that refuses to compromise on quality or comfort. Priding themselves on using the highest grade of speciality Arabica coffees in all their drinks, with an emphasis on both of socially and environmentally ethical farming practices. All of this served in the comforts of the trademark Second Cup ambiance, with an emphasis on creating a warm and comfortable modern atmosphere, so that all their customers may relax in style.
As a Second Cup franchisee you will be given all the support and materials you need to create the authentic Second Cup experience at your location. With a dedicated team that will take care of all the aspects of the café experience, including: interior design, layout, menu, recipes, suppliers, product specifications and marketing. As well as all of the benefits of operating under a respected global brand, one with a proven franchise model that is built to ensure your success.
Coffee Shop Franchises
As the British cafe culture grows last year the UK spent over £7.9bn in coffee shops.
The number of coffee shops grew to well past 20,000 in 2015, driven by a 12% increase in the number of branded coffee shop chains, according to the Project Cafe 2016 UK report from Allegra World Coffee Portal.
Costa, Starbucks and Caffè Nero, which when combined control more than half of the branded coffee shop market, led the coffee shop sector with a growth of 15% to an annual turnover of an amazing £3.3bn
With this sort of grow you can see why some many successful coffee businesses decided to franchise to enable them to compete with the major brands and take a slice of this ever growing market. Some of these coffee franchises are the traditional coffee shop like the above major brands but some have also been innovative and even made mobile coffee shop franchises, a coffee shop on wheels by converting vans to deliver to offices, industrial estates etc which both lower the businesses overheads and also brings coffee shops to more people that maybe would work too far away from a traditional coffee shop.