Dimsum Empire Franchise

Dimsum refers to a style of Cantonese food prepared as small bite-sized or individual portions of food traditionally served in small steamer baskets or on small plates. Dimsum Empire Hong Kong Fried Noodles is also well known for the unique way it is served in some restaurants, wherein fully cooked and ready-to-serve dim sum dishes are carted around the restaurant for customers to choose their orders while seated at their tables.

The unique culinary art of dim sum originated with the Cantonese in southern China, who over the centuries transformed yum cha from a relaxing respite to a loud and happy dining experience. In Hong Kong, and in most cities and towns in Guangdong province, many restaurants start serving dim sum as early as five in the morning. It is a tradition for the elderly to gather to eat dim sum after morning exercises. It was created and the company believes that one day this will gives positive feedback in the Industry.

Established in May 2007 as C8 BEST FRANCHISING COMPANY; and on October 29, 2010, it was registered in the Securities and Exchange Commission as C8 FRANCHISING CORPORATION. With only two concepts then, today the company has numerous concepts to choose from.

To enrich the lives of Filipino entrepreneur, the company provide affordable franchise business and comprehensive entrepreneurial orientation. With our vast experience in a different business, this will set an edge for us to be the best choice in the Industry.

Sharing our expertise among those people who desire to venture into affordable franchising business is our utmost priority.

With strong Commissary, Manpower, and Fabrication support, thus we are now the only ONE-STOP-SHOP FOOD CART FRANCHISING COMPANY.

Franchise Fee includes: 

Basic Mall type Cart

  • Use of Trade Name and Logo
  • Use of Operational Business System
  • Basic Mall Type Cart with Built-in Cabinets 5.6ftx2.5×7
  • Tarpaulin with standee
  • Major Cooking Utensils
  • Major Cooking Equipment
  • Initial Inventory of Stocks Worth P 1500.00
  • P 500.00 worth of Free Taste
  • 2 Sets of Uniform with Sun-Visor and Apron
  • Notarized Franchise Agreement
  • Business Franchise Orientation “Franchise Business 101”
  • Grand Opening Assistance
  • Operational Training of Service Crew and Franchisee
  • Free Delivery of Franchise Package within Metro Manila
  • Quarterly Business Coaching & Reinforcement
  • Will be featured I Social Media an Advertising & Promotional Campaign
  • Non-Coverage to UPP program

Elite Mall type Cart

  • Use of Trade Name and Logo
  • Use of Operational Business System
  • Mall Type Food Cart with Built in Cabinets5.6ftx2.5×7
  • Tarpaulin with standee
  • Major Cooking Utensils
  • Major Cooking Equipment
  • Chest Type Freezer or ref (Optional)
  • Lighted body & Menu Board
  • Initial Inventory of Stocks Worth P 2000.00
  • P 500.00 worth of Free Taste
  • 4 Sets of Uniform with Sun-Visor and Apron
  • Notarized Franchise Agreement
  • Business Franchise Orientation “Franchise Business 101”
  • UPP Covered.
  • Dry Run Assistance
  • Grand Opening Assistance
  • Operational Training of Service Crew and Franchisee
  • Free Delivery of Franchise Package within Metro Manila
  • Balloons for Opening (optional)
  • Quarterly Business Coaching & Reinforcement
  • Will be featured in all Advertising & Promotional Campaign of the company as “New Branch / New Franchisee” such as Entrepreneur Market Watch, TV Shows, Events, and Food Expo

Contact Details of Lugaw Station:

  • C8 BEST FRANCHISING CORPORATION
  • 3rd Floor Hansel Arcade Building #1 Imperial St. cor. Aurora Boulevard Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines
  • Tel: (02) 438-4017, (02) 439-4018, (02) 440-1946
  • Mobile: (+63999)525-2606, (+63905)380-2222, (+63927)754-4399
  • Email: info@c8bestfoodcart.com
  • Website: http://www.c8bestfoodcart.com

What you should know before Franchising:

  1.  Make sure that you really want to start the business before proceeding to own this franchise – Passion and desire to venture into this kind of business.
  2. Carefully study the franchise agreement, Clause of the contract and terms, condition of the said franchise.
  3. Check the background of the company if they are following rules and regulations, as well as existing laws on the chosen location.
  4. Be certain that you can work harmoniously with the company and it is within your interest. A visit to one of the franchise stores/outlets will help you be more aware of operation and proceedings.
  5. Location is the secret of any business so make sure you have thoroughly surveyed the location for possible strategies and marketing promotions.

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