FOUNDED / SEGMENT
2009 / Fast Casual – custom Indian food & bar
REVENUE STREAM / DAY PARTS
Dine-in, Delivery, Carry-out, Catering, Alcohol / Lunch, Dinner, Happy Hour, Snack, Late Night
FOOTPRINT / HOURS OF OPERATION
1,500 sq. ft. (average) / varies by location, approximately 11am – 11pm daily
Curry Up Now is the largest and fastest growing Indian fast-casual restaurant, renowned for their innovative spin on traditional Indian cuisine, and now available as an affordable franchise! With authentic flavors at its core, they present their one-of-a-kind comfort “Indian street food” in an approachable format that supports many different diets.
Curry Up Now takes care of their customers and neighborhood vendors by using only clean ingredients sourced locally whenever possible. Their goal everyday: make delicious food that WOWS their guests, supports their employees, and gives back to the community. Founder and CEO, Akash Kapoor shares, “I firmly believe in bringing happiness to the world through food”.
Akash spent years perfecting Curry Up Now food and flavors which are shared with a professional commissary to produce the sauces, chutneys, and other goods. Rather than requiring franchisees to purchase higher priced food directly from the franchisor, Curry Up Now offers franchisees the ability to purchase the food directly from the commissary at the same price as the founders, giving franchisees even more opportunity to be profitable.
CEO & Chief Trouble Maker
Curry Up Now
Unique concept means perfect fit for prime real estate & flexible conversion options from 1,300 to 3,300 sq.ft.
Capitalizing on the recent trend naming Indian food as the fastest-growing ethnic cuisine (Mintel Group)
No requirement for an Indian chef – all chutneys/sauces are prepared & delivered using a commissary & major distributor
Uses only clean ingredients sourced locally whenever possible & created in an approachable format that supports many different diets
Protein is halal, naturally raised & free of antibiotics, with the menu also including a wide array of vegetarian, vegan, & gluten-free choices
MULTI-UNIT DEVELOPMENT FEE
Full deposit 1-3 units (or 1-5 for 10+ units), 50% deposit each additional unit
6% of Gross Sales
WORLDWIDE CREATIVE FUND
2% of Gross Sales
LOCAL STORE MARKETING
1% of Gross Sales
START UP COSTS (MULTI-UNIT)
$440,100 – $1,804,600
We’re looking for experienced franchisees and qualified investors to help us grow the Curry Up Now fast casual brand across the country. Prospective franchisees must be hands-on in the operations of their restaurants and adhere to Curry Up Now organizational structure requirements and brand guidelines.
Operational experience in the restaurant business is a plus, but not required assuming a professional General Manager will be part of your team. Prospective Franchisees must meet the minimum requirements below to be consider for a Curry Up Now franchise.
- $1MM net worth*
- $500K liquid capital available for investment*
- Ready to begin development within the next 3-6 months
- Ready to develop a minimum five unit territory in a major U.S. area
*Investment partners may contribute to this requirement
Curry Up Now is committed to ensuring impeccable operations at every location. Curry Up Now provides our franchise partners with the all the resources and support necessary to continually succeed and grow.
Support provided to franchisee includes:
- Real estate / site selection
- Store build-out, construction
- Training systems
- Operational support
- Recipe & menu development
- Marketing & brand building
- Vendor & equipment selection
- Point of Sale system
- Pre-opening, grand opening support
HOW AN ENTREPRENEUR FAMILY SECURED A 2-STATE 20-UNIT DEAL WITH ONE OF THE HOTTEST FAST CASUAL “TOP MOVERS & SHAKERS”
For over 35 years John Netto and his family have been successful entrepreneurs, philanthropists and active community members in Salt Lake City, Utah, when one day Curry Up Now’s innovative spin on traditional Indian cuisine and successful franchise business model caught their eye as the next big thing.
When they visited the corporate stores in San Francisco, CA, they were impressed by Curry Up Now operations which make it easy to deliver consistent high-quality food, but it was the unique menu items and flavors like nothing they have ever eaten before that motivated them to go beyond a 5-unit agreement and negotiate to be the franchisee of 20 Curry Up Now restaurants throughout Utah and Colorado.
John Netto explains, “Our family loves Indian food and Curry Up Now is unlike any other Indian concept out there; not just the menu, but even the presentation is differentiating. You might not know…
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