Entrepreneur Kay Chan Shares Plan to Open Authentic Mexican Food Restaurant in Hong Kong
The Restaurant Will Serve Delicious and Authentic Mexican Dishes and Drinks to its Customers
Los Angeles, CA -- Kay Chan, an entrepreneur based in China, recently shared his plan to build a Mexican restaurant in Hong Kong. Once the restaurant is open for business, Chan aims to donate two percent of his monthly net profit to Yan Oi Tang, a charity organization that helps children and adults.
According to the Indiegogo charity project page, it is Chan’s dream to own a Mexican restaurant. Chan is interested in starting a Mexican restaurant in Hong Kong because there are less than 15 Mexican food places in the city. Since most of the restaurants target a high to medium priced market, there is a great demand for Mexican cuisine at a lower cost—a challenge that Chan is ready to accept.
“There is great potential for further developing a Mexican restaurant in Hong Kong, mainland China, and South East Asia,” said Chan. “In order to ensure success, I decided to involve a Mexican food catering group that is well known.”
At this time, Chan is accepting donations through Indiegogo, a crowd funding website that benefits entrepreneurs who want to learn how to raise money for their campaigns. Chan estimates that there will be a $19,400 franchising fee and a $19,400 three month rental deposit fee. It will also cost another $54,000 for decorations, furniture, equipment, electric appliances, and kitchen utensils.
Chan’s goal is to raise $93,000 by March 18, 2014. In exchange for pledges, Chan is offering contributors a wide variety of wallets, all of which will be delivered by April 2014. The wallets come in three fashionable designs and a wide variety of colors.
Individuals interested in learning more about Kay Chan and his campaign can visit his Indiegogo page for more information.
About Kay Chan:
Kay Chan is a Hong Kong entrepreneur who specializes in selling England hand-craft ale and cider. Chan’s dream is to open up a Mexican restaurant and join the franchise programme, ultimately duplicating its success and learning the industry’s experience. Chan intends to make a donation every month—two percent of his monthly net profit—to Yan Oi Tang, an organization that gives back to children and adults. For more information, please visit http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/set-up-a-mexican-restaurant/x/3186860
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