Dunkin' Donuts, the world's leading doughnut chain, has announced its interest in entering the Finnish market by revealing on Sunday that it is looking for a franchisee to operate its restaurants in the country. The franchisee, the American doughnut chain says, should be willing to set up 20—25 restaurants in Finland, with an initial emphasis on the Helsinki region.
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Dunkin' Donuts to expand into Finland
In a bulletin, Dunkin' Donuts also states that the partner should have a sound financial background, an understanding of the local customer base and a track record of success in the restaurant sector.