Hardcastle Restaurants, the master franchise owner of McDonald’s in west and south India, has announced a growth in revenue for the 12th consecutive quarter in June despite macro-level changes that had dragged its bottom line into the red a year ago. While consumer sentiment has improved in the past few quarters, its Managing Director Smita Jatia says the firm is prepared to battle higher inflation and face anti-profiteering authorities. Every year, the company plans to open 30 restaurants and their target is to have 450 outlets by 2022 from 280 now. All the restaurants will have a McCafe zone in next two years. Signage companies engaging in in-store branding and graphics projects will get fresh business opportunity with Hardcastle’s plain to have 450 outlets in the country by 2022.
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