Announcing its expansion plans, Fat Tiger has said that in the course of the next 3 years, the company will be increasing its offline presence by launching 200 offline outlets. The company has currently have 50+ outlets in 22 cities.
The company says with its ongoing expansion plan will be aiming to hire 1100+ individuals for various operational roles. “With an aim to provide employment for all, among the 1100 considered, 500 will be chosen from the EWS Category,” an official statement said.
“Fat Tiger wants to work towards the upliftment skilled people from below poverty line section of the society by not only lending a hand but also by generating employment opportunities for the said section. Also, to smooth out the process approx. 10,00,000 sq. ft. of premium commercial area will be leased,” the statement added.
Commenting on the announcement by Sahaj Chopra and Sahil Arya, Co- Founders and Directors at Fat Tiger, said, “Fat Tiger is a tribute to the Pan Asian cuisine that was developed in Indiathat has been an integral part of India’s history. Today this food is an important part of Indian culinary culture and Fat Tiger wants to bring this food in its traditional glory with some modern touches across India in a never been done before QSR (Quick Service Restaurant) format.”
“We will focus on opening Fat Tiger and Fat tiger Mini outlets, which will include a full menu and the mini will have just momos and beverages menu. The variety of outlets that we are planning to open our kiosk (60-100 sqft, malls food court, high street 100-400 sqft, and cafe concepts from 400sqf -700 sqft to 700-1500sqf.). We are excited to embark on this journey and hope to win love and trust from our customers,” they added.