New Delhi, Nov 11: One of India's leading restaurant chain Nirula announced its plan tp increase its number of outlets up to 150 by 2011. It had registered a 40 per cent growth during last fiscal.
''We have registered a growth of over 35-40 per cent in the last year and we maintain that rate in the years to come... Also, we are planning to increase the number of outlets to 100-150 from the present 60 in the next three years ,'' company Managing Director Samir Kuckreja told mediapersons on Tuesday, Nov 11. ''By end of the 2009, we plan to open an outlet in each and every city of the country and in three years from now, we will expand the number of franchisees in the cities where we are present right now,'' he added.
Besides, the food chain is also looking to enter Nepal, Oman, Dubai and the UK where there is a sizeable presence of Indians.
''We are in talks with several parties in the Gulf and the UK to appoint master franchisees in these countries to begin operations there,'' Mr Kuckreja said.