Grand Parade Investments has just released its results.
It has opened 17 Burger King outlets, increasing to a total of 61 outlets.
It also acquired the South African Master Franchise license for leading global brands and Baskin-Robbins.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Alan Keet, CEO of Grand Parade Investments.
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We are confident we can do a better job with Dunkin’ Donuts than we have with Burger King.— Alan Keet, CEO of Grand Parade Investments
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