Burgerme Managing Directors Johannes Bankwitz and Stephan Gschöderer with Burgerme CEO Jens Hochhaus.
The burger and delivery specialist burgerme was able to push its total sales across Germany by 33 million euros to 86 million euros last year - that means an increase of over 62 percent.
The enormous increase is the result of new openings
and the steady growth in business at existing stores
. In the Top 100 ranking of Germany's largest gastro companies
, burgerme jumps up 15 places
and now already occupies 28th place, and twelfth place in the Quick Service segment.
"Our growth is sustainable. We owe this to the excellent work of our franchise partners
. Year after year, they achieve growth in their burger stores and thus continue to drive burgerme forward with their success. We are proud of this year's Top 100 result
, we will consistently continue on our path," says burgerme CEO Jens Hochhaus
.The goal for 2022: over 200 stores across Europe.
In Germany, the target is 100 million in sales and a top ten position in the ranking. "That's absolutely realistic," Hochhaus continues, "we have a big advantage over other franchise systems: Each location has a defined delivery radius
so that we can always deliver quickly and freshly. Thus, several locations can cover a city without competing with each other." That's why there are already two or more stores in many medium-sized cities, and even ten each in Hamburg and Munich.
First-class burgers and fast delivery service from a single source - that is the DNA of burgerme. "So fast it can be delicious" is the formula for success of the burger & delivery professional, which is continuing on its successful course with around 150 locations in Germany and the Netherlands and sales of 100 million euros in 2021. By the end of the year, burgerme aims to grow to a total of 200 locations.