Noodle Box

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Noodle Box
TypeSubsidiary
Founded1996; 26 years ago (1996) (Chapel Street, South Yarra, Victoria)
Headquarters,
Australia
Area served
Key people
David Milne and Josh James
ProductsSoutheast Asia influenced street food
ParentConcept Eight[1]
Websitewww.noodlebox.com.au

Noodle Box Pty Ltd is an Australian- based multinational stir fried noodle quick service restaurant chain headquartered in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia founded by Josh James and David Milne in 1996.

Today Noodle Box is Australia's largest franchised noodle restaurant chain, with a network of over 70 restaurants across the country.

All of Noodle Box restaurants are franchised, with master franchise partners in the Middle East and Mauritius. This move towards franchising the brand was delivered under the strategic direction of current CEO, Ian Martin, previously the CFO of Yum! Restaurants in Asia, and Group CEO of Gloria Jeans Coffee.

Growth strategy[edit]

In October 2015, Noodle Box announced a strategic takeover of the noodle QSR network, Wok in a Box.[2] This consolidation of the brands makes Noodle Box the largest noodle-based QSR in Australia, with more than 100 restaurants across the country.[3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ https://concepteight.com.au/
  2. ^ "Noodle Box Gobbles Up Rival". Herald Sun. Retrieved 28 July 2016.
  3. ^ "25 Years of Noodle Box, 25 Weeks of Rewards".

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