Baskin-Robbins is expanding its chain of Canadian franchises, with Edmonton as one of its targets for growth.
The world’s largest chain of ice cream specialty shops is also giving new and existing stores a facelift.
“We are actively seeking new Baskin-Robbins franchisees throughout Canada,” Bob Tipple, director and general manager for Baskin-Robbins Canada, said in a statement.
Franchisee candidates must meet Baskin-Robbins’ established minimum financial requirements including a minimum net worth of $300,000 Cdn and minimum liquid assets of $125,000 per location.
The Canton, Mass.-based company said Tuesday it is expanding its franchise locations across Canada, with an initial focus on Toronto, Ottawa, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver.