Mobile cafe brand seeks to go global

Mobile cafe brand seeks to go global

ISTANBUL - Anatolia News Agency
Mobile cafe brand seeks to go global

Currently, there are currently 27 mobile Hotspot cafes across Turkey. Company photo

The world’s first mobile cafe brand based in Turkey, HotStop, plans to branch out to the rest of the world.
HotStop, which currently has 27 mobile branches in Turkey, wants to extend its umbrella to the United States, Europe, the Middle East and Central Asia. HotStop bases its mobile units in office buildings, beaches, residential projects and transport stations.

After launching 12 mobile units in shopping centers and airports in Dubai, HotStop wants to make its next destinations London and the metro stations of Bucharest.

“HotStop is 100 percent Turkish and we plan to make it an international chain,” HotStop founder Akın Arslan recently told Anatolia news agency, adding that HotStop had established the HotStop International LLC company in Memphis, U.S., and was forming a similar company in Paris.

HotStop is currently conducting feasibility studies regarding the new locations, according to the source.