Generally, to be considered for a B2B Burgers 2 Beer franchise you must have a net worth of at least $1,000,000 with $200,000 of which must be in some form of liquid investment or holding account.
Some people interested in opening a B2B Burgers 2 Beer franchise may be hesitant to move forward because they have never had restaurant experience. The wonderful thing about B2B Burgers 2 Beer is that prior food-service experience is not necessary. All franchisees are trained to efficiently own and operate a B2B Burgers 2 Beer so they will be confident in running a B2B restaurant by the time their doors open. We will consider anyone who is dedicated to working hard and following our established operating system.
Franchising with the B2B Burgers 2 Beer is a great way to become part of the booming restaurant industry. Our franchisees benefit from a system that has already proved to deliver better value for every operating dollar — a system that has undergone five years of fine tuning. Additionally, the B2B Burgers 2 Beer corporate staff continues to look for new ways to grow and to develop systems that ensure each franchisee is receiving the best support and most up-to-date information on where we’re headed as a company.
For our company to prosper, our franchisees must be happy and look their best. To help ensure this happenes, we offer exceptional, ongoing operation support that’s just a phone call away.
Each B2B Burgers 2 Beer franchisee is assigned his/her own Regional Support Specialist who is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to provide assistance with creating successful marketing strategies. Support Specialists also attend the opening of every store in order to help train employees and explore effective ways to market the franchisee’s particular area.
What is the weekly royalty?
4% of gross revenue.
Will I get my own territory?
The size of the territory will vary depending on, among other things the location in which you wish to serve as a franchisee. Typically the territory will set as a traveling distance ranging between 1-2 miles from the approved location.
How much is the initial franchise fee?
$35,000 for your first store.
How much money do I need?
You’ll need $200,000 of cash liquidity (cash and stocks) to effectively handle the start-up costs. You’ll be well-positioned to borrow the rest. If you want to sign a multi-unit franchise agreement, you’ll need at least $500,000 liquidity and a net worth (assets less liabilities) of $2,500,000.
Do you loan money to franchisees?
No, B2B Burgers 2 Beer does not lend money to franchisees. We have relationships with a number of lending sources or Private investors.
Do you require owners to operate their own restaurants?
No. We strongly suggest, however, that at least one investor works full-time on premise as the operator.
What is a store’s average square footage?
We have designed our stores to work best in 5,000 to 8,000 square feet of space. Should you find an excellent location with an unusual shape or size, however, our construction department can adapt our layout to meet almost any reasonable dimensions.
How do I find a location for my restaurant?
We combine your knowledge of your area with our expertise in site selection to assist you in picking your best location.
Do I need food experience?
No, just a good attitude and a great work ethic. We will assist you through the entire startup process and train you to operate your restaurant using our proven operating system. Just follow our lead, work hard and take outstanding care of your customers.
How long does the franchise agreement last?
10 years with 2 additional 5-year renewals at your option (if you meet our renewal conditions).
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