The Commercial FRANCHIS
Franchising offers a unique opportunity to people hoping to leave the rat race behind and go into business for themselves.
When you invest in a franchise business, you inherit the hard-earned reputation of an established partner. This gives you greater visibility to consumers who already know and trust the brand because you deliver the same quality, excellent service, and experience as your parent company.
One of the most beneficial elements of all restaurant franchise partnerships is the world-class training that accompanies the investment. Your parent company will make sure that you develop the expert skills needed to deliver their exclusive menu and service consistently and with the care and love of their very first restaurant.
On top of the training support, most restaurant franchise parent companies offer a business and HR support package to help ensure that you adhere to complicated tax- and industry regulations.
Your restaurant franchise partner gives you access to an established supply chain, ensuring you receive the best quality ingredients at the most competitive rates. Great quality ingredients make great food, after all.
Taking on a restaurant franchise brings with it the benefit of instantly recognizable branding. This gives your new business instant curb-appeal. People know what they’re getting with a brand, and when you’re asking your customers to part with their hard-earned cash, quality counts every time.
Independent companies that start-up without the support of an established partner are fighting a tough battle right from the start. Their first three years of trading are often particularly precarious, as these initial years are full of financial instability. All businesses need to glean back their initial investment before they genuinely turn to profit, and – for independent companies – that can be a long time coming.
Franchise businesses, however, tend to recoup their investment quicker than independents because they have instant appeal and a ready-made reputation. Very few indies come into profit until Year 4, by which time it’s often too late, and the business folds.
Franchising offers those new to business the opportunity to hit the ground running with a restaurant chain that customers already know and trust. Of course, it depends on the size of your initial investment, but many franchises turn their profits around within the first year
Our franchising service consists of the following sub-services: