Singapore’s VeganBurg hunts for US franchisees


Singapore-based burger chain VeganBurg is seeking new franchisees to expand its business in California.

The company will hold a franchising conference in Las Vegas next month, expected to be attended by many Californian companies and individuals evaluating franchise concepts. “VeganBurg has developed a passionate following from customers in Singapore and internationally and we have spent the last few years refining operations and investing in what has made VeganBurg a winner — our juicy burgers, fantastic staff, and world-class customer service,” said Alex Tan, VeganBurg CEO and founder.

“We are interested in meeting enthusiastic and dedicated people who are passionate about the environment and impeccable people support,” he added.


VeganBurg’s franchisees can be assured of support from pre-opening and training. An operations team will help new partners establish supplies of proprietary ingredients and products, assist with site selection and interior design, initial training and ongoing training support, product research and development, branding and marketing assets, systems, tools and processes.

Founded in 2010, VeganBurg has been redefining food pop culture and comfort food in Asia and North America with its 100-per-cent plant-based menu.

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