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The Ins and Outs of Scaling Up

QSR Magazine

Akash Kapoor, founder of the fastest growing Indian fast casual concept in the nation, Curry Up Now, shares insights from his journey of scaling up his Indian street food brand.

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How an Entrepreneur Family in Utah Secured a 2-State Franchise Deal with a Fast-Growing, Breakout Indian Fast Casual Concept

Restaurant Magazine

A Salt Lake City-based entrepreneurial family is bringing Curry Up Now, the largest and fastest growing Indian fast casual concept in the United States, to Utah and Colorado. Last fall, John Netto and his family signed the largest multi-franchise agreement to-date for Curry Up Now, going beyond a five-unit agreement and negotiating exclusive rights to…

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What Inspires Curry Up Now CEO Akash Kapoor

QSR Magazine

I’m a pretty casual guy myself, and so I think it all came out of my mindset and my wife’s mindset. Our whole family—my grandparents to my parents to me and then to my kids—cooks. That’s what we do; it’s a great bonding experience. The one thing that bugs me about Indian food and about some other cuisines as well is…

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Curry Up Now expands beyond California

Restaurant Dive

Curry Up Now, a 10-year-old fast casual Indian concept, plans to expand into Utah and Colorado after franchisee John Netto signed a five-unit agreement in the fall. The Netto family also negotiated exclusive rights to open the first 20 restaurants throughout…

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Curry Up Now Finalizes Multi-Unit Deal for New Jersey

QSR Magazine

“The creativity and unique essence of the brand is what impressed me the most when I first discovered Curry Up Now. They not only pay attention to the taste of the food, but also how it is presented, and that is something that isn’t available on the East Coast yet,” says Franchisee Pritesh Benjamin. “I am thrilled…

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