Why Choose Camile?

Why Choose Camile?

  • Get in in the ground floor of the booming “Online Delivery Restaurant” business, with our fast growing sophisticated, disruptive restaurant brand.
  • Be your own boss, with the support of a well constructed franchise system.
  • Build a serious multi-unit business, with our proven model.
  • Create a strong income stream, as well as creating opportunities for significant capital growth.
  • Develop your own management team to execute your growth strategy.
  • Get industry leading sales technology.
  • Benefit from group purchasing and a value added supply chain.
  • Contribute to a central marketing fund and get support for local store marketing to build the brand.

Franchise Features

A booming market
  • Home delivery of hot food is showing explosive growth as a result of broadband penetration
  • The market growing by 12% p.a. in the U.K. against 2% for fast food generally (source: Mintel)
  • Online ordering also booming. Domino’s UK now doing 70% online sales
  • 70% of Camile customers are repeat purchasers
Market leading marketing!
  • Real time online response to customer issues (7.30pm Sunday night!)
  • Award winning App – mobile optimized website making it easy for customers to order from their device
  • Strongly growing brand
  • Student Brand Ambassador programme
  • Traditional menu dropping / Direct Mail / Telesales
Operational Efficiency
  • Architect designed “time and motion” kitchen layout
  • Specifically designed delivery menu – short cook times / reasonable “hold” times
  • Latest technology to keep food hot and delicious
A booming market
  • Relatively low start up costs
  • Weekly profit and loss analysis keeping you on top of the numbers
  • Scheduling, Routing, EPOS, purchasing software provided (at franchisees cost)

Our Process

If you’re interested in finding out more about Camile, and whether our business opportunity is right for you, then we’ve outlined below the process we follow. This is to get you to an informed position, from which you can make your mind up.

  1. Submit Franchise Application form
  2. Application received – Initial no obligation phone call with Brody Sweeney, founder of Camile
  3. Attend initial no obligation interview Camile will provide additional disclosure information at the meeting
  4. Prospective franchisee completes own research on opportunity
  5. Deposit paid on franchise
  6. Prospective franchisee
    1. Meets members of senior management team
    2. Completes psychometric test online
    3. Does in store trial shift
    4. Camile takes up references
  7. Franchisor Review Board Approval
  8. Franchise Agreement signed and balance of fees paid
  9. Property search commences

Geographical Opportunities


  • London

Northern Ireland

  • Bangor
  • Carrickfergus
  • Belfast - City Hospital
  • Newtownards
  • Newtownabbey
  • Holywood


How much does it cost to set up a Camile?

Total investment will be between £250,000 and £350,000 for a standard restaurant measuring between 1,000-2,000 square feet. Franchisees of good standing should be able to borrow up to 50% of this from a bank.

What are the fees for royalty and advertising?

You contribute 5% of net sales to a national advertising fund, which is used to build the brand nationally and locally. We charge you also 5% of net sales as a management services fee.

Does Camile provide training?

We provide initial training (+250 hours) and ongoing training throughout the life of your agreement.

What support does Camile offer its franchisees?

Initially we help you find a location, design, build, equip and stock it. We help you recruit staff and train you and them – and we’ll hold your hand during the opening process. We support you on an ongoing basis with training, product development, purchasing, operations and IT.

Can I operate another business, as well as the Camile business?

We prefer you to devote your full time and attention to our business, although in exceptional cases we may be flexible on this.

What’s the minimum population size Camile consider for opening in a town?