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Podcast: Ep#217 Featuring Graham Sessions, Director of Carv’n It Up Franchises

Updated: Sep 9, 2021

“Carv’n It Up franchises are expanding nationwide with areas up for grabs”

Today on Eden Exchanges, we spoke to Director Graham Sessions of Carv’n It Up, a healthy carving and roast dinners franchise operating nationwide. Listen as Graham delves into his role at Carv’n It Up, the family dynamics and culture in the business, the point of difference in the market and how you can become a franchisee at Carv’n It Up.

Discussion Points:

  • Business background Graham explains his experience and work history that led to opening the first Carv’n It Up store with his son

Graham Sessions – Director of Carv’n It Up Franchises
  • What Carv’n It Up is and offers Graham outlines what Carv’n it up offers to its customers in a highly competitive takeaway food industry

  • The company vision Carv’n It Up’s company vision according to quality, value, and service

  • Point of difference Graham expands on what makes Carv’n It Up stand out in the market

  • Loving what you cook and your business Graham discusses how providing healthy meals for families is one of the things Graham loves about Carv’n It Up

  • Carv’n It Up during trying times Graham details how his business coped during the toughest times of the global pandemic, and how he sees the company proceeding in post-COVID 19 times

  • Proves that a great menu and experience is the key Carv’n It Up managed to grow as a business during the pandemic, meaning that the company survived without any government assistance

  • New opportunities in the industry The emergence of home delivery services like Menulog and Door Dash have changed the way customers experience takeaway food and represent an exciting evolution in the industry

  • The company culture High standards and a family-friendly atmosphere form part of the company culture that drives Carv’n It Up

  • Your team dynamics are fundamental Graham elaborates on how listening to and nurturing the junior staff members who work in the business contributes to the success of the company

  • Who would make a great franchisee? The qualities a potential franchisee should ideally possess

  • Training and support Graham explains the training program and support offered to new and established franchisees

  • A piece of advice Graham’s advice for interested franchisees is to contact him and discover more

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About Carv’n It Up:

Have you ever cooked a roast dinner for family or friends that didn’t turn out so well?

At Carv’n It Up they will teach you the art of cooking a perfect roast dinner every time for your customers.

Since 2010 they have been serving the Albury/Wodonga region with delicious roast dinners, including their legendary roast pork with its golden crackling. To complement the roast pork, lamb, beef and chicken the menu expands to include lasagne, schnitzel, roast meat rolls and much more, along with a range of desserts all made on site.

They are a family owned business dedicated to providing wholesome family friendly meals. The concept of Carv’n It Up was created by the Sessions family with combined experience of over 100 years in the hospitality industry.

Their vision is to create outlets nationwide where their food and unique customer service experience will appeal to all demographic profiles.

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