The company issued a statement saying "We never imagined we would ask you to order from KFC, Domino’s Pizza, Subway, Five Guys, Greggs, Papa John's, Taco Bell, and other independent food outlets, too numerous to mention here. In short, from any of our sister food chains (fast or not fast).” They further added, "We never thought we'd be asking you to do this, but restaurants employing thousands of staff really need your support at the moment. So, if you want to help, keep treating yourself to tasty meals through home delivery, takeaway or drive thru. Getting a Whopper is always best, but ordering a Big Mac is also not such a bad thing. Take care, Team Burger King UK."
On November 2, 2020, the company issued the post which has now garnered over 1.5 lakh likes and numerous comments praising their efforts. The tweet by the Burger King went immediately viral on Twitter with people flooding appreciations in favour of the food joint.
Burger King India Files Draft Papers with SEBI for IPO to Raise Rs. 542 Crores
Oct 24, 2020
Editor: Ekta Joshi
Burger King is one of the fastest-growing quick-service restaurant chains in India.It entered India in 2014 and filed for an IPO in November 2019.Burger King has 202 restaurants including seven sub-franchised Burger King Restaurants across 16 states and union territories and 47 cities across India as of 2019.In January 2020, the fast-food chain received the capital market regulator, Securities, and Exchange Board of India's consent to float its initial public offering.Burger King India has...
Jan 30, 2020
Lawstreet News Network
Burger King India on January 28, 2020 has received market regulator Securities Exchange Board of India's (SEBI) approval for floating an initial public offering (IPO). The company had filed its draft IPO papers in November and obtained final observations on January 24, 2020 as per the latest update with the SEBI.Companies willing to launch public issues such as initial public offer, follow-on public offer and rights issue have to obtain the regulator’s observations mandatorily. Burger...