Camile franchise owner Joe Canning stars for Galway in All Ireland hurling final next Sunday


Camile staff, franchise owners and customers from all over Ireland, will be cheering on the Galway team and especially their star player Joe Canning, as he and his team mates take on the resurgent Waterford in Sundays All Ireland thriller.

Joe - who with his partners runs the successful Camile franchise in Limerick, is considered one of the modern greats of the game. He and his partners are currently seeking sites for additional Camile restaurants in Galway and Sligo.

Camile Thai Kitchen are seeking to add to their five existing franchises (and 12 company owned restaurants) in Ireland, by recruiting new franchise partners for opportunities all over the country. The market for home delivered hot food is exploding in urban areas around the world - as companies like Deliveroo and Just Eat make it ever easier for customers to order. "We are particularly interested in larger areas outside Dublin like Cork, Waterford and Belfast - as well as Drogheda, Dundalk, Kilkenny and Wexford where we know there is a high demand for our healthy Thai food offering," said Daniel Greene, marketing manager of Camile.

"Camile's proposition is simple. Bring healthy delicious restaurant quality Thai food to guests in their own homes, using the logistics of a Pizza delivery business to get it there within 30 minutes of ordering - and we manage that on average 87% of the time" he said.

Camile are taking part in the Irish Franchise Exhibition in the RDS on 8 / 9  September. Over 80 exhibitors bring a variety of franchise opportunities to potential business owners from all over the Island of Ireland.