Dubai: Home decor outlet Cupcake is set to open its doors to the public on Monday.
The Dubai-based chain, which has been in business for three years, has a total of 15 outlets in the UAE, including shops in the capital, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah.
It is set for a first run of 20 shops in Dubai, which is expected to be full by the end of March.
The company, which opened its first outlet in Dubai in September 2017, also offers online services to consumers, catering to their home decor needs.
It has more than 5,000 customers in the country.
According to the company’s website, customers can buy their cakes, cookies and cupcakes online, by phone or in-person, in bulk for up to 50% discount.
Customers can also order and pay for the cakes and cookies online through their own card, using the app.
Cupcake is a subsidiary of Al Jumaa Group, which owns home decor outlet Creme.
Al Jumah Group, whose parent company is Qatar-based Al Jura Group, owns more than 75 per cent of Cupcake, with the other 25 per cent owned by Al Juma Group.
Al Maja Group, a Dubai-listed company that also owns home goods outlet Cremes, is the only other partner in the company.
The franchisees, who are located in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, also own the company in the United Arab Emirates.
Creme was launched in October 2016, and is owned by the UAE Tourism Authority.
Its first franchise was opened in Dubai’s Dubai Business Park in May 2017.