A majority stake in Hans im Glück Franchise GmbH has been sold to a private investor consortium
Hans im Glück is the market leader in the Gourmet Burger concept in Germany with 81 restaurants and system sales of approximately Euro 147 million in 2019. Headquartered in Munich, Germany, Hans im Glück successfully executed a rapid and profitable expansion with 37 new restaurants opened over the last three years driven by an attractive franchise concept. Next to Hans im Glück’s presence in Germany, the group successfully grew in Austria, Switzerland as well as Singapore. In 2020, additional 15 restaurants are expected to be opened.
Lincoln International acted as the exclusive sell-side advisor to the seller. Lincoln supported on all aspects of the sell-side process and provided procedural, financial and tactical advisory expertise to the seller. With this successful sell-side, Lincoln has once more demonstrated its proven ability in securing founders successful exits and its strong expertise in the consumer and restaurants sector.
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