UK franchise Baguette Express announces global opportunities

Sandwich franchise looking to expand on a national and international level

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The sandwich chain Baguette Express, which has a network of over 70 stores in the UK, has announced global opportunities for potential new master franchises.

Aiming to develop its international presence, the sandwich business is looking to expand into Europe, Asia, Russia and South Africa.

Claiming to provide fresh, healthy, high quality food products, Baguette Express are offering country master franchise licences from £150,000 to £350,000 with additional working capital required to grow the business.

The franchise also has various opportunities for new franchisees in the UK in areas such as Greater London and Liverpool, ranging from £81,000 to £131,000.

New franchisees will be offered training and operational and marketing support.

Founded in 1999 in Scotland by brothers Robin and Billy Stenhouse, the announcement follows the baguette company’s recent growth having opened new stores within Surrey, Liverpool and Preston and appointing master franchisees in the Republic of Ireland and Dubai.

The franchise has also recently developed a concession model within shopping centres and business parks and has invested in a new till system that enables analysis of takings and shop trends remotely.

Robin Stenhouse commented:

“Since establishing our first shops in 1999 we have proven the Baguette Express business model is sustainable and profitable.

“Having appointed master licensees recently in Republic of Ireland and Dubai we are now ready to take our business to new international markets and we are looking for well-motivated, ambitious and determined partners to become master franchisees.”

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