Franchising in India’s food and grocery sector, which represents 69% of the retail market, offers lucrative opportunities. Choosing a grocery store franchise is more profitable than starting a new business, offering higher success rates, initial support, and reduced risks. Franchises provide ongoing assistance, a proven business model, and established strengths, enhancing the likelihood of success.
Nowhere else is the success of the franchise model in the grocery sector more evident than in the case of The NEW Shop. The success of its franchise model is particularly evident from its 2019 inception to a nationwide chain of 150 stores. The model distinguishes itself through its remarkable Rs. 15 lakh average monthly revenue per store, and boasting outstanding sales per sq.ft. of Rs. 2,000, surpassing industry standards. Notably, 10% of TNS franchise owners are women, adding a significant dimension to their inclusive success story.
Explore the captivating narrative of The New Shop’s distinctive franchise model on pages 16-23. Discover how the brand is cultivating a cadre of entrepreneurs destined for financial success, with a vision to mentor a minimum of 10,000 franchise entrepreneurs by 2030. Notably, all these entrepreneurs are under the age of 35, many being college students or dynamic young individuals. They recognize that TNS franchise ownership opens the door to earning a substantial lakh or 2 lakh rupees per month. Now, that’s a huge difference, isn’t it?
Read our cover story in this issue (pages 26-72) celebrating India’s pioneering figures in food services, recognized at the 7th Pepsi IMAGES Food Service Awards during the India Food Forum. The package also features exclusive coverage of insightful foodservice sessions, delving into the latest trends and developments shaping the industry.