Falafel Corner franchisees are not your average people. These entrepreneurs are experienced in the restaurant business and bring passion to the brand. Some started off by working at Falafel Corner while others came over with the zeal to start a new enterprise and be their own boss.
Look at our minimum financial qualifications for traditional restaurants to see if falafel Corner the right fit for you.
$1,200 per month
Normally around 1,200 square foot
$2,000 initially and then 400 monthly
$175,000 to $300,000
Non-traditional restaurants are those that are generally located in high traffic areas or at popular venues. These be on a college campus, at stadiums, in airports, or in any event center that draws large crowds. One is able to capitalize on the strength of Falafel Corner’s system (quality and efficiency) in these venues and realize strong returns.
Whether our franchisees want to build a stand-alone Falafel Corner restaurant or convert a retail space into one, we provide models with economical footprints that can be structured anywhere you live. with new models and economical footprints. Our models will have all the features of a traditional restaurant and be geared to increase the earning potential of our franchisees.
Falafel Corner's 4-weeks training program consists of hands- on learning as well as book learning. We want our franchisees to learn everything about franchise operations. In addition to this, our franchisees receive training support and online resources to facilitate hiring.
This committee consists of Falafel Corner corporate executives as well as franchisees. We collectively want to do what is in the best interest of brand and steer the company into the right direction in collaboration with the owner, Sajad. We designed this committee based on subject matter oriented task groups. This methodology allows franchisees to contribute to our overall growth.
We want your business to not just survive but thrive. To this end, we want to ensure that you receive ongoing support in every sector of your business. Whether it’s marketing toolkits, logistics, product testing, or anything else, we have you covered. We will offer a consultant or tutorial to guide you in the direction of useful resources.
Falafel Corner has a unique menu that allows us to target a strong lunch crowd as well as dinner. Our customers get satisfied both times.
Falafel Corner has some of the most loyal customers in the industry. We have worked hard to ensure that our customers make Falafel Corner a part of their routine. Whether it’s our loyalty and rewards program or our service and quality, we go out of our way to keep our customers.
Falafel corner is perfectly suited to withstand a recession because our customers love our reasonable prices and flexible ordering options. Also, our efficient operation allows our franchisees to lower their overhead and thrive even in economic downturns.
We offer our guests several ways to order their favorite meals. We have online ordering, delivery options, pick-up, curbside, and dine-in.
Falafel Corner has invested in integration and streamlining of our operations to boost our sales, reduce mistakes, and improve customer experience. We use tech like cloud-based software, QR codes, an integrated POS system and a revenue-driving Mobile App.
In order to qualify, you will need $200,000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $300,000 to open 1. Even though we do offer multi-unit franchise opportunities, we prefer owner operators who intend on being at their restaurant everyday.
The first thing is making sure you meet the financial qualifications. After that, we want to see the potential franchisee display certain qualities that will ensure success in the business. At the end of the day, we want owners who are sales-oriented, have strong franchise or business experience, and show a willingness and desire to foster a connection with the community.
The franchise fee for a traditional or non-traditional falafel Corner restaurant is $15,000. In addition to that, expect to pay within range of $175,000 to $300,000 for the build out and first 6 month of operations. We are not including the price of land in this.
Falafel Corner has both franchise agreements and license agreements. We don’t offer a separate agreement for non-traditional restaurants. The terms of both agreements are 10 years with an option to renew for another 10.
The designation of the territory really depends on the market conditions. Even though we offer single-store and multi-unit opportunities to our franchisees, we base the territory decisions on a whole host of demographic data coupled with the market conditions those areas.
Yes and No. We require either the owner or the operating manager to be at the restaurant everyday so one of the two would have to reside in the area as a result.
A typical Falafel corner restaurant needs about 10 employees to run efficiently. This would include 2 to 4 full-time employees (including management) and 6 part-time employees. Our operations are efficient and this allows us to get more done with less employees.
Unfortunately we do not offer any direct or indirect financing and do not guarantee any lease, equipment financing, promissory note, or any other obligation.
The net profit that any franchisee can expect to make for each respective store depends on various factors such as the size of the store, the location, the business acumen of the owner, and the effort exerted. The franchisees who exhibit these qualities and foster community ties are the most successful.
Normally, it takes six months to a year just to find a good location and to secure the lease, in instances where no land purchase is involved. After site selection, we start the construction phase. Permits and build out can takes up to six months.
Falafel Corner has a 4-week training program that focuses primarily on restaurant operations and training related to operating and managing. There is some classroom training, but the program is mostly hands-on training in the restaurant. We normally do a soft opening for one months to allow the managers and crew to become fully trained before doing the grand opening. The operational managers have to be certified in our training program before opening the store.