Story of : The Cafe Rio
The restaurant business in Bangladesh has a long history, but this sector is currently growing due to the rising market demand and growth. Many new restaurants are launched both in urban areas and the countryside of Bangladesh at present, and the food business has become a recent trend among entrepreneurs. "The Cafe Rio" is Created By 'Moriom Nesa Boby' a successful businesswoman who has tackled life's various struggles since her childhood. Coming from a middle-class family, Moriom looked for ways to help her family financially from as early as a fifth-grade student. In eighth grade, she learned sewing and started earning by making dresses for her friends.
Through this research project, entrepreneurs' aspirations for doing the restaurant business in Bangladesh have been identified. At the same time, the major obstacles faced by restaurateurs and the key to success.
Also, from the beginning of their journey, instead of adding new food items to The Cafe Rio's menu, the focus has been on maintaining the quality of the food. When asked about her future plans, Moriom was determined. She wants to expand the number of branches of her restaurant and employ at least 1000 people in her business. Other than that, she has invested in a few businesses; among them are a travel agency and an online boutique shop.
Moriom owner of "The Cafe Rio" - says, "I am beyond grateful for all the help my family, partner, and friends have offered me. It is for their inspiration that I could become a successful woman Businessman." She hopes people will start being more interested in self-employment rather than wasting time searching for jobs.
'The Cafe Rio' is an ever-growing restaurant that even updates its menu. With a state-of-the-art establishment, good quality products, near-perfect recipes, and a wide range of choices, "The Cafe Rio" have won the hearts of all its customers. There's always something new and there's always something for everyone. People get great service and good food at the most affordable price here.
The Cafe Rio has now Three Branches in Dhaka. Uttra , Zigatola & Mirpur. People Give Many Positive Reviews on their items. People can enjoy unlimited food in a beautiful environment in the best buffet of The Cafe Rio in Dhaka City.
The Cafe Rio
5th Floor, House # 6 Road # 2, Jashimuddin Ave, Dhaka 1230, Bangladesh 1230 Dhaka, Dhaka Division, Bangladesh
The Cafe Rio with positive reviews people gates healthy food, beautiful environment in the best buffet of The Cafe Rio in Dhaka City.
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