Burger House India has unveiled new offers for franchise owners to accelerate its expansion across the country.

The restaurant brand will cover store rent for an initial two years, according to a press release shared by NewsVoir with news agency ANI.

Burger House aims to empower entrepreneurs and mitigate the initial challenges of establishing a new business.

Burger House’s franchise model is based on the franchisee-owned franchisee-operated arrangement, providing a turnkey solution for aspiring entrepreneurs.

The restaurant brand will hand over to the franchise owner a fully operational store equipped with infrastructure, machinery, furniture, branding, signage, marketing collateral and a trained workforce.

Burger House’s corporate teams will then support franchise owners by managing supply chains, merchandise and marketing.

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The support will allow the franchise owners to focus on delivering the culinary experience to their customers.

Burger House offers burgers, pastas, wraps, sandwiches, beverages and more.

The brand has established its presence across Indian cities, including Bharatpur, Chittorgarh, Dimapur, Gwalior, Noida, Patna, Rampur, Ropar and Saharsa.