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  • Area Req
    400- 1100Sq.ft
  • Investment Range
    INR Rs. 20lac - 30lac
  • Franchise Outlets
Business Details

About Us:

Marshalls is the brand synonyms with wallcovering in India.Started in Mumbai, Marshalls is the leading importer, manufacturer, distributor & retailer of exclusive wallcovering in India. It gives a truly aesthetic and vibrant look to the walls with a wide range of 10,000+ themes and designs of wallcoverings.

 Marshalls offers a wide range of wallcoverings, exclusively sourced from globally renowned wallpaper manufacturer across Europe distributors and Suppliers across India.

Investment Details

Commenced Operations

Operations Commenced On 1975

Franchising / Distribution Commenced On 2018

Franchise Details

Investment INR Rs. 20lac - 30lac

Brand Fee


Expansion Locations



Delhi,Haryana,Himachal Pradesh,Jammu and Kashmir,Punjab,Uttaranchal,Uttar Pradesh

West & Central State


Chhattisgarh,Madhya Pradesh,Bihar,Jharkhand


Assam,Meghalaya,Mizoram,Tripura,Arunachal Pradesh,Manipur,Nagaland,West Bengal,Sikkim,Odisha


Kerala,Karnataka,Tamil Nadu,Andhra Pradesh,Telangana

Union Territories

Andaman and Nicobar,Pondicherry,Chandigarh,Lakshadweep,Daman and Diu

Franchise Details

Anticipated percentage return on investment 50 %

Likely pay back period of capital for a unit franchise 2

Other investment requirements No

Property Details

Type of property required for this franchise opportunity Commercial

Floor area requirement 400 - 1100Sq.ft

Preferred location of unit franchise outlet Landran

Training Details

Detailed operating manuals for franchisees No

Franchisee training location Landran

Is field assistance available for franchisee ? Yes

Expert guidance from Head Office to franchisee in opening the franchise Yes

Current IT systems will be included in the franchise Yes

Agreement & Term Details

Do you have a standard franchise agreement? Yes

How long is the franchise term for? Life

Is the term renewable? Yes

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