Daniel Land and Jeremy Sanders: Coco Di Mama

The quick-service Italian food chain wildly popular amongst high-powered City workers

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Daniel Land and Jeremy Sanders, 30 and 29
Coco Di Mama
Web: www.cocodimama.co.uk

Listed twice in our Startups 100 index, Daniel Land and Jeremy Sanders’ quick-service Italian food restaurant chain Coco Di Mama continues to grow in popularity amongst time-poor Londoners looking for quality lunchtime food. With more than £1m backing from high-profile investors including ex-Marks and Spencer chairman (and now Coco di Mama chairman) Sir Stuart Rose, the business has been able to expand from its first Fleet Street store to five sites across central London.

Despite a plethora of competition, the duo’s company now represents a real challenge to the ubiquitous Pret A Mangers and Eats scattered across the area, serving more than 5,000 customers per day. Having grown Coco Di Mama from scratch into a business with multi-million pound revenues in just three years, Sanders and Land are more than deserving of a place in this year’s index, and the pair promise even greater things as they eye further expansion in the future – watch this space for an upcoming Coco Di Mama branch near you.

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