East Africa’s leading coffee and food chain, Java House Group this Wednesday launched its second Rwanda branch in Kigali city.
The Remera-based Java House branch makes it the 63rd branch in East Africa. The first Java House located at Kigali Heights building was opened of 12th January, 2017.
The branch opening is in regard to Java’s robust expansion plan where the group intends to expand its regional and international footprint.
Rwanda has in the two decades gained notoriety as one of the few sub-Saharan Africa’s fastest growing economies, with higher than global average gross domestic product (GDP) annual growth rates, driven largely by expanding food, agriculture and services sectors.
Since the group’s inception in 1999, Java House has revolutionized how Kenyans perceive coffee while influencing gourmet coffee culture in East Africa.
“Our goal is to carry the finest East African coffee to the rest of the world – but first, to “fill” the regional market, hence explaining a move to expand to all corners of the East African Community.” said Java House Chief Head of Property during the launch.
Java House has invested in over a billion Kenya shillings and a big share of that investment goes into opening new branches across East Africa. This month, Java intends on opening the 2nd Express model innovation in OLA –Kenya.
Java House Group brands are; Java House, 360 Degrees and Planet Yogurt.