Interest in Coffee Shop Franchise

In Costa Rica, at least 50 investors were interested in acquiring a franchise of the Dota Café coffee system, which in the first months of next year will begin with the opening of two stores in San José.

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Despite having agreed to open two service points, representatives of the associative company Coopedota, reported that they still do not define details of the value of a franchise or the specific conditions for obtaining them.

Monserrat Hernandez, commercial director of Coopedota, told that "... the franchise system will open in the first months of 2020. It will be with two coffee shops, each with a local 80 square meters."

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The article reviews that "... The system will be based on the coffee shop model of this cooperative, located in Santa Maria, head of the canton of Dota, southeast of the province of San Jose. This sales point was remodeled and has already been inaugurated as part of Coopedorta's project to extend the coffee shops through franchises."

According to the cooperative so far have received about 50 applications to acquire one of the franchises of the system, however, these must go through the analysis of the companies to define details of the contracts.

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