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Hotcha (company)

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Industry  Foodservice
Area served  UK
Founded  2011
Founders  James Liang, Andy Chan
Products  Chinese cuisine
Type of business  Private

Website  https://www.hotcha.co.uk/

Hotcha is a take-away restaurant chain that serves Chinese cuisine. The chain was founded by James Liang and Andy Chan in 2011, and is headquartered in Bristol, England. In 2014, it was reported that Hotcha was the largest Chinese takeaway chain in Britain.

History

Hotcha was founded in 2011 by James Liang and Andy Chan, the two met in college and previously ran an import business until economic conditions forced them out of the market. The pair chose to start a Chinese cuisine takeaway after learning that there was no national brand occupying the market. In 2014, after opening ten corporate locations, the company announced that it planned to use a combination of franchising and company owned locations to expand its reach in the future. Hotcha generated sales of £4.5 million and began expanding into the Liverpool area in 2015. In October 2016, the company received a £7.5m investment from Beechbrook Capital to help fund further expansion. Hotcha also announced it planned on opening four new sites by year end 2016.

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Hotcha (company) Wikipedia


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