A franchise opportunity has arisen in a very well known fast food chain of shops that is currently serving customers all around the world. This particular shop was established a year ago, in the Chiang Mai Night Bazaar, and earned approximately 1,500,000 baht in net profits for the first 12 months of trade, from receipts of around 7,000,000 baht. The owner is relocating but is willing to work in partnership with an investor. If the investor purchases the business outright, a training period of two weeks will be provided. The owner spent 4,000,000 baht on assets and leasehold improvements at the inception of the business. The shop measures 64 square metres and incurs monthly rent of 48,000 baht on a long six year plus three year lease contract. This is an Amity Treaty Company, meaning that it is 99% expatriate owned, whereas most companies are only 49% foreign owned. The assets include a state of the art POS system and a closed circuit monitoring system that can be viewed anywhere in the world. A Honda 100 delivery motorcycle is also included. Besides these great assets, the new owner will also acquire a 2005 Toyota Fortuner which recently cost 1,000,000 baht. The owner is relocating and must therefore divest himself of his business and all his assets.