There is visible chaos at the Faasos office in Mumbai. Someone’s always yelling across the room asking for a report, someone will jostle past you with a sheet of paper; it is never quiet. The chaos means that the big 12-seater conference room in the centre of the room is always occupied. There is another smaller one, and you’ll be lucky if you get space there either. Not because there is a big meeting. It is just that the employees don’t believe in fixed seating. The company claims that its attrition rates are extremely low and once people join, they never leave.
The twists and rolls of Faasos
From QSR to a curated cloud kitchen marketplace, the Sequoia-backed food brand has changed the masala several times to find the perfect recipe
Three pivots in the last 18 months and four in 13 years
The company in FY15 recorded a loss of Rs 24.4 crore with a revenue of Rs 38 crore
Faasos got Vasudev Adiga’s and Wang’s Kitchen on its app
Barman believes Faasos will turn profitable by mid-FY18