We’ve nearly completed the building of our first restaurant in Kazakhstan.— Grace Harding, Ocean Basket
With 76 new restaurants planned globally, Ocean Basket’s focus is on the franchisee as its latest partner opens his first restaurant in Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Grace Harding, CEO of Ocean Basket.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
Our partners in Kazakhstan saw us in Cyprus first.— Grace Harding, Ocean Basket
The Cyprus restaurants have been great billboards for us.— Grace Harding, Ocean Basket
Our partners in Kazakhstan are under 30 years old.— Grace Harding, Ocean Basket
We want to still grow the number of restaurants in South Africa from 180 to 200.— Grace Harding, Ocean Basket
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