The SUBWAY brand has set out their new ambitious plans to create increase the number of stores in the UK and Ireland to 3000 over the next six years, creating a 13,000 new jobs in the process.
The expansion plans are in response to growing consumer demand for affordable, healthier choices which are made to order and extended opening hours that will cater for the growing breakfast to-go market.
Mike Charest, Assistant Regional Director for Europe said: “The UK and Irish markets have been fantastic success stories for the SUBWAY brand and we see opportunities for further growth as more and more consumers demand great tasting food at a value price-point. The introduction of a varied breakfast menu and longer opening hours have been instrumental in increasing store footfall.”
“In addition to our traditional store development we see new potential in settings such as universities, stations, convenience stores, hospitals, airports and petrol stations."
The SUBWAY franchise model is one of the franchise industry most successful with low-start up costs which makes it an ideal opportunity for any entrepreneurs.
Published: 22 January 2014
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