Business Bazaar on boards 31 clients in 2 months; opens 16 new outlets

Jaipur, July 21, 2022.

Like Anthony Robbins says, “Every problem is a gift—without problems, we would not grow.” Going by this quote, we would understand how the hiccup – pandemic – was essential to fuel the importance of franchisees in the business industry. While the business industry is still stumbling upon its feet globally, the franchise industry is coming back on track.

Business Bazaar successfully introduced 16 outlets in different cities to back this statement. Business Bazaar opened doors to one Waffle hut (Café Concept) outlet in Gwalior and two in Bhopal. Jalandhar, Indore-Ujjain Highway, and Rau Road each have one outlet of Adams Ale (Dine-in /Bar Concept). For Nawab–e–Paan (Paan Concept), Business Bazaar focused on opening one outlet in Lajpat Nagar, South Delhi. They have also opened one Mast Banarsi Pan (Paan Concept) outlet in Gurugram, and Chawla’s (Fine-Dine Restaurant concept) has been launched in Arunachal Pradesh. Urban Singh (Dine -In) outlet is now opening in Patna.

“There is no right time to venture into the franchise business. We have clients who can grow further, and that is how we planned this expansion for them. All of them had their base set in some cities, but with the proper research, we knew where to extend their footprints,” Mr Pankaj Solanki, Founder, Business Bazaar.

Since its inception, the franchise consultancy firm has been working day and night to offer the best services to its clients. In the short span of two months, Business Bazaar onboarded 31 different businesses from 15 cities across the country. Some of their existing clients include Waffle hut, Belgian Waffle, House of Momo’s, The Momo Factory, The Chai Thekha, Baithack, Auli Chai, Beeda Paan, Nawab-e-Paan, Mast Banarsi Paan, Table world, Shanghai etc. Some brands with a refreshing concept in the Indian market include Countryside Meadows, Adam’s Ale, Beer café, Foresto, and Peggy Ice-cream.

Shortly, Business Bazaar plans to onboard brands and investors from every category. “We are not restricted to any area or sector; we have our arms open to welcome all the people who wish to expand their business with us,” shares Mr Pankaj.

“We want to collaborate with distributorship and dealership opportunities soon. We intend to expand our franchise portfolio in the fitness, sports, cleaning, and health and beauty industries,” he adds.

The idea of Business Bazaar is to offer impactful solutions to clients, as the organization stands for end-to-end franchising solutions. As a result, they believe in delivering outstanding service to boost their business. One of the company’s key aims is to provide solutions that allow their clients to expand their business even more.