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The first Donut King store opened in Sydney Australia in 1981 and has since evolved into a network of close to 300 stores throughout Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Sweden, and will be opening in the United Kingdom towards the end of 2018. 

Donut King lives by a ‘Make it Fun’ brand mantra, with seriously delicious treats available at vibrant stores served by energetic and engaging staff.  

Donut King’s key product categories are of course donuts, as well as savoury snacks, espresso made coffee by barista trained staff and cold drinks, such as milkshakes, thickshakes, smoothies and its signature Quakeshakes.

BUSINESS SUPPORT 

Donut King is owned by Retail Food Group, a global food and beverage company headquartered in Australia with over 2400 outlets across over 80 territories worldwide and nine brand systems, including Donut King. Area Developers or Country Master Franchise Partners receive the benefits of being supported by an established Franchisor:

♦ Full training of the brand system.

♦ Ongoing support via a Market Development Manager.

♦ Marketing and Communications support including brand assets, promotional campaigns, point of sale material, website, public relations support and more.

♦ Product innovation via our dedicated team of food experts.

♦ Supply chain and procurement support.

Donut King is seeking Master Franchise Partners for countries throughout the MENA region.

We are looking for individuals who are enthusiastic, easily motivated, energetic and interested with a strong sense of team work and strong loyalty for the brand.

If you are interested in this incredible opportunity, please fill out the inquiry form.

Donut King is the largest donut chain in Australia and a leader in innovation across products, technology and marketing campaigns.

  • COUNTRY OF ORIGIN:Australia
  • AVAILABLE LOCATIONS: MENA
  • BUSINESS TYPE:Franchise
  • MINIMUM CASH REQUIRED: 150,000
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