The Coffee Club to enter India, plans 100 stores
Australian coffee chain The Coffee Club will open its first cafe in India next year in partnership with local franchiser CK Israni Group.
The partnership intends to open 100 coffee shops across the country during the next five years. According to Chandni Nath Israni, co-founder of CK Israni, both companies are still deciding whether to start in Delhi or Mumbai.
The Coffee Club was established in Brisbane in 1989 and has 400 sites across nine markets. It is owned by the Australian franchisor of retail food brands Minor DKL Food Group, which also owns the coffee roasters Veneziano and Coffee Hit in Australia.
Due to rising consumer demand for premium coffee and coffee experiences, India appears to be a potential playground for international coffee businesses.
In Mumbai, Maharashtra, Starbucks debuted its first flagship Reserve location in October. Additionally, the Canadian coffee brand Tim Hortons announced earlier this year its expansion to India, with plans to open more than 250 locations over the course of the following five years.
Gloria Jeans, another Australian coffee business, will also return to India.
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