McDonald’s will increase its shop count in North and East India and hire 5,000 more employees.

McDonald’s India (North and East)’s official announced on Monday that the fast-food chain plans to hire some 5,000 people as it expands to 300 stores in the area over the next three years. As part of its expansion strategy, it opened its largest restaurant in India on Monday in Guwahati. The 6,700 sq ft restaurant has a capacity to feed 220 people at a time.

Rajeev Ranjan, the managing director of McDonald’s India (North and East), stated that the company is expanding its network throughout the states it operates in and is on a strong growth trajectory.

In India, McDonald’s is represented by two master franchisees: the MMG Group, managed by Sanjeev Agrawal, for the north and east of the country, and the Westlife Group, led by B L Jatia, for the west and south.

This news is written by Ms. Amrita Singh, Research Assistant, All India Legal Forum.


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