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Companies like robots that work alongside humans. They take no days off and are incredibly reliable. That’s why, in a restaurant industry plagued by staff shortages, kitchen automation solutions from Miso Robotics have gained a ton of traction.
After successfully automating kitchen operations for major US fast food brands, Miso is sending its robotic assistants to the international market and giving investors the opportunity to join them.
Here’s why Miso could really hold the key to the future of fast food.
Miso helps make restaurants more efficient.
From low pay to hot fat, people have found plenty of reasons not to work in fast food kitchens. As a result, 500,000 new fast food jobs remain unfilled each month, leaving many brands in dire need of automation solutions.
That’s why Miso . designed robots to cook food, pouring drinks, and doing other repetitive tasks that people prefer to avoid. For example, Miso’s Flippy 2 robot can fry, his Sippy robot pours drinks, and his Flippy Lite robot can fry and season items, most recently used by partners to make tortilla chips.
All of these robots improve efficiency over time thanks to machine learning. And as a result, restaurant workers have more time to focus on customer-centric service, knowing Miso’s bots deliver consistent quality.
In addition, Miso’s technology also addresses the fast food industry’s long-standing tradition of low profits (5% average margin) and rapid employee turnover, which have contributed to the lack of consistency and quality of many restaurants.
With Miso, these problems are a thing of the past. The robots offer restaurants a low-cost, easy-to-use way to increase efficiency and have shown the potential to: triple restaurant profit margins.
And thanks to the Robot-as-a-Service (RaaS) model, restaurants pay just a monthly fee for Miso’s technology, enabling them to earn a positive return on the first business day.
It’s no surprise that so many restaurants are already partnering with Miso, but this is just the beginning.
Miso’s world tour.
Many of the top fast food brands have already adopted Miso’s AI-powered automation solutions. White Castle, Jack in the Box, Buffalo Wild Wings and Caliburger are among the many beloved restaurants where Flippys and Sippys are already cutting costs and increasing efficiency.
But abroad, the opportunity for Miso to expand his presence is even greater. Take Europe, for example, where brands spend up to 50 percent more to fill the gaps in the labor market.
That’s exactly why Miso landed a new international partnership which they expect will play a major role in expanding the company into the global market of 20 million restaurants – a 17 times more likely than in the US alone.
With several top fast food restaurants in the United States and a global brand on the horizon, Miso’s believes it has proven that there is a universal need for its automation solutions.
Join Miso’s as it plans to expand globally.
More than 20,000 investors have already realized Miso’s early mover status, giving Miso the opportunity to build a solid foundation and partner with America’s most formidable fast food brands. Now they are going global and raising additional funds to drive innovation in a market where demand is even stronger than when they started.
With the next mission for global dominance, there will never be a better time to become a Miso shareholder than today. Read more about Miso Robotics and how you can benefit as an investor.
The opportunity to invest expires on 11-18-2022.
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