TGI Friday to have 19 retailers by 2015

Written by Businesses | New Delhi |

Printed: October 17, 2010 2:47:48 pm


Worldwide informal eating restaurant chain TGI Friday’s (TGIF) is enhancing presence in India with plans to just about treble the variety of eating places right here by 2015.

The chain,whose Indian operations is owned 26 per cent by world hospitality and journey firm Carlson and relaxation by Bistro Hospitality Pvt Ltd,presently has seven TGIF retailers operational right here.

“We’re including new ones in a short time right here (in India) and have determined that twelve extra eating places ought to come up by 2015,” mentioned Carlson South Asia Vice-President Ok B Kachru.

The chain not too long ago opened new eating places in Hyderabad and Noida. It’s wanting so as to add one every in Delhi and Bangalore very quickly,he added,with out giving funding particulars.

TGIF began its operations in India in 1996.

The Indian growth is part of a global technique,underneath which the corporate goals to open a complete of 500 TGIFs outdoors the US within the subsequent 5 years,up from 330 at current.

The corporate operates over 1,000 retailers worldwide,together with the US market.

“As part of our world plan,we count on the eating places that we’ve got outdoors the US to go as much as 500 by 2015. India is a part of this plan,” Carlson President and CEO Hubert Joly mentioned.

Figuring out India as a key marketplace for its future development,Carlson had final week mentioned that it plans to handle over 100 hundred motels within the nation by 2015.

The corporate,which manages 31 motels throughout India,mentioned it’s going to have over 11,000 rooms within the subsequent 5 years on the again of growth,up from the two,865 rooms it has at current.

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