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Lime Licensing Group fast-tracks Wok&Go’s expansion across the UK with 100 stores set to open over the next five years.

Despite the state of the economy, franchising is still holding up well, as is demonstrated by Asian noodle bar concept Wok&Go which is set to open 100 stores in the next five years thanks to its recent collaboration with award-winning Lime Licensing Group.

Lime Licensing Group regional director Richard Pakey says that, although this is not the ideal time for anyone in the hospitality industry, he noticed that the owner of Wok&Go was uniquely poised for growth due to its ability to create a unique offering in the franchise market.

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Lime Licensing Group is proud to have supported the franchising industry for 27 consecutive years, and now has no fewer than four regional offices across the UK, along with a new office in Canada (launched during lockdown!)

Lime Licensing Group is committed to rolling out elite franchising blueprints and then assisting those brands to find new franchisees. It has also seen huge expansion in the marketplace in recent months and is well positioned for the future.

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“Working with Wok&Go has been a real pleasure so far,” explained Richard. “As consultants we look for the ‘best fit’ in a franchisee and the Wok&Go staff are such a great bunch that we just know that when we put the best people in front of them, they will be extremely keen to proceed. Our role simply becomes so much easier when you have relationships like this; the future is looking extremely positive for both of our companies.”

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Lime Licensing Group will also be announcing more official sign-ups of franchisees officially over the coming weeks, and is pleased to report that Wok&Go is the fastest-growing noodle bar concept in the UK.

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