Why should I become a Saburritos franchisee?
Becoming a part of the Saburritos brand gives you the great opportunity to own your own business, but not just any business, a proven business with a low investment, simple operations, flexible floor plans, national and local support, national and regional advertising, ongoing learning for you and your staff, store development assistance, design support; lease negotiation support, construction guidance and much, much more.
How much is the franchisee fee?
The initial franchise fee is €10,000-18,000
What is the length of term of the Franchise Agreement and is it renewable?
It is for a five year term. Yes, there is an option to renew to the terms of the then current Franchise Agreement. There is no renewal fee payable, excepting franchisor’s legal costs, if any.
Can I sell my business?
Yes, having received the prior permission of the Franchisor who must approve the new purchaser. If Saburritos introduces the new purchaser, they receive a finder’s fee which is 10% of the sale proceeds.
How do I find sites suitable for a Saburritos outlet?
The Franchisor will set out site selection criteria such as minimum footfall per week and the franchisee must go and secure a location – no agreement or lease should be signed until the site has been signed off by the Franchisor.
Is the outlet custom made for each location?
Yes, the design needs to be adapted for each specific outlet.
How do I effectively launch the business?
When properly sighted, the Saburritos outlet by its very visible nature attracts trade. A preopening and post opening program will be provided.
From where do I get all the appropriate equipment?
These are obtained from Franchisor nominated suppliers or the distributor of that equipment in the relevant market.
What is the ongoing fee structure?
There is a 6% Management Services Fee and a 0.5% International Promotional/Marketing Levy. These fees are based on turnover net of VAT.
From what source do we obtain the ongoing consumables?
The meat, vegetables and all products are specified by Saburritos maybe purchase locally once they meet the required standard.
How does the Franchisor monitor quality standards?
It is vital that consistent quality products are sold from each and every Saburritos outlet. The Franchisor will conduct quality control visits as ‘spot checks’ to keep quality under scrutiny with a points scoring system. It is reviewed by a comprehensive bumper to bumper audit by way of a GEA auditing tool done monthly.
What are the site criteria?
Sites & Site Criteria
1. Size: 60-250 square metres
2. External Storage Space Advantageous
3. Hot and cold water supply – Foul Water Drainage
4. Triple phase power or single phase power with a gas connection
5. Extraction needed
6. High Streets with a good daytime and night time passing trade
7. Shopping Centres with 150,000 footfall per week or greater
8. Food court locations
9. High Visibility
10. With Window Signage if Units street facing
11. AB Income Area