BrewBakes is offering small business opportunities in Kenya to make people set up their own businesses with low investment. If you are looking for a business opportunity in Kenya that requires minimum capital and ensures for high profits then BrewBakes food café or coffee shop master franchise opportunity in Kenya would be the best deal to grab. With significant presence in Indian cities now we are expanding our wings in international markets. There are numerous locations and cities where BrewBakes café franchise business can be started. We will provide full support in opening master franchise store in Kenya. We will provide pre-opening support and ongoing support as well. We will also provide appropriate training for smooth operation of BrewBakes coffee shop in Kenya. So, grab the opportunity of starting your own business today and become your own boss.
Why Coffee Shop Business Can be a Profitable Business in Kenya
Kenya, officially called the Republic of Kenya, is an important country in Africa with potential of growth in various businesses. It provides perfect business climate and good locations and favorable circumstances in which food businesses like restaurants, bars, cafés, and coffee houses can flourish significantly. There are various factors that justify why coffee shop especially coffee shop franchise business can be a profitable business in Kenya, such as availability of good locations/venues, tourists traffic, students, excellent infrastructure, and friendly culture. So, if you have made your mind to start your own food business by investing low capital then BrewBakes coffee shop master franchise opportunity in Kenya would the best fit to your needs.
There are many good locations in various cities and towns of Kenya where you establish your own BrewBakes café master franchise outlet. Nairobi is the capital and largest city of Kenya. Mombasa is Kenya’s oldest and second largest city. Malindi is the second largest urban centre in the urban region. Kisumu (Kenya’s third largest city), Nakuru (Kenya’s fourth largest city) and Eldoret can also offer you perfect venues for coffee shop establishments. Other important cities and towns in Kenya include Awasi, Ahero, Bomet, Bungoma, Busia, Bondo, Burnt Forest, Chuka, Eldama Ravine, Embu, Gilgil, Garissa, Homa Bay, Isiolo, Juja, Kendu Bay, Kipkelion, Keroka, Kakuma, Kapenguria, Kisii, Kiambu, Kapsabet, Kakamega, Kimilili, Kericho, Kitale, Kilifi, Karuri, Kitui, Kerugoya/Kutus, Kangundo-Tala, Kikuyu, Kehancha, Litein, Limuru, Lodwar, Londiani, Maragua, Muhoroni, Maralal, Moyale, Malakisi, Mtwapa, Maua, Matuu, Meru, Malava, Migori, Mbita Point, Malaba, Makuyu, Mwingi, Mandera, Mariakani, Molo, Mumias, Naivasha, Nyeri, Ngong, Nyamira, Narok, Nyahururu, Nanyuki, Nyansiongo, Nambale, Ongata Rongai, Ol Kalou, Oyugis, Rumuruti, Runyenjes, Rongo, Ruiru, Siaya, Suneka, Tabaka, Taveta, Thika, Ukunda, Ukwala, Ugunja, Voi, Vihiga, Wajir, Webuye, Wundanyi, and Yala. These cities and towns of Kenya can provide good customer base for your coffee shop establishment as they are frequented by residents and tourists as well. There are numerous tourist attractions in these cities which attract a large gathering of tourists from all over the world.
Kenya has been a popular tourist destination in Africa. There are numerous tourist attractions in the country which are visited and explored by tourists throughout the year. Kenya’s major attractions include Maasai Mara National Reserve (one of the world’s most magnificent game reserves), Amboseli National Reserve (one of Kenya’s most popular tourist parks), Tsavo National Park (the largest park in Kenya), Lake Nakuru National Park, Crater Lake Game Sanctuary, Hell’s Gate National Park, Ngulia Rhino Sanctuary, Lake Naivasha (Haven for birds), Lamu Island, Lamu Old Town (UNESCO World Heritage Site), Oloor Karia Maasai Cultural Centre, Samburu National Reserve, Shaba National Reserves, Buffalo Springs, Nairobi National Museum, Karen Blixen Museum-Nairobi, Giraffe Centre-Nairobi, Mombasa Marine National Park, Wasini Island-near Mombasa, 16th-century Fort Jesus-Mombasa, Mombasa Old Town (famous for narrow streets, ancient Swahili dwellings, markets, and souvenir shops), Malindi (where tourists come to sun on the white sands of Watamu Beach), Malindi coral reefs, Watamu Marine National Parks-Malindi, Jami Mosque-two pillar tombs from the 14th century (Malindi), Church of St Francis Xavier-Malindi (one of East Africa’s oldest churches), Falconry of Kenya (, a rehabilitation center in Malindi for sick and injured birds), Mount Kenya Safari Club, and Mount Kenya National Park. The high influx of tourists have increased the demand of coffee shop establishments in Kenya. To tourists’ needs for coffee and snacks, setting up coffee shop master franchise outlet in Kenya can be certainly a profitable business.
Kenya offers perfect business climate and there are several industries which are flourishing well in the country. Major industries include agriculture, forestry, fishing, mining, industrial manufacturing, energy, financial services, and tourism. Food sector is also one of the most important sectors in Kenya. Working professionals and employees of various companies in Kenya can be good customer base for coffee shops. There are various educational institutions including schools, colleges and universities in Kenya which can be good locations for your coffee shop establishments. If you take benefits of students’ traffic to your coffee shop then you need to establish your coffee house at nearby locations of students such as schools, colleges and universities. Major educational institutions in Kenya are Nairobi School, Maseno School, Mang’u High School, Kapsabet High School, Alliance High School-Kenya, St. Mary’s School Yala, Kisii School, University of Nairobi, Moi University, Kenyatta University, Egerton University, Maseno University, Dedan Kimathi University of Technology, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology, Chuka University, Pwani University, Technical University of Kenya, Technical University of Mombasa, And Rift Valley Technical Training Institute, Maasai Mara University, Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology, Multimedia University of Kenya, University of Kabianga, Karatina University, Kirinyaga University, Meru University of Science and Technology, Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Pan Africa Christian University, Kenya and Highlands Evangelical University.
Why BrewBakes Coffee Shop Master Franchise in Kenya
You know well that Kenya will offer you many good locations for establishments of coffee shops and food café outlets. You can start coffee shop with low investment and make money with good margins. If you are thinking that why Brewbakes café master franchise in Kenya then we have several good things to share with you. We have a reputable name in the Indian food café industry. We have significance presence in various cities and towns of India with BrewBakes franchise outlets which are doing great businesses. With our huge reputation in the market, now we are offering coffee shop master franchise opportunities in various countries to cater international markets. If you go with us you will have several benefits such as pre-opening support, solid business plan, effective market strategy, test coffee shop model, low capital investment, training, software, etc. With our master franchise model for coffee shop establishments in Kenya, we will also help you pick the best venue at the best location in Kenya, making you relaxed and providing peace of mind. So BrewBakes café master franchise opportunity in Kenya can be certainly the best fit for you, if you are thinking about coffee shop establishment in Kenya.
For more details about franchise models and coffee shop master franchise business opportunity in Kenya, contact us today. Call now: +91-7838938556, 011-22755534 / 43016140. Grab this opportunity and become your own boss.