JUS & JERRY’S FRANCHISE

Jus & Jerry's Victory Central Mall Sta, Rosa Laguna

WHY FRANCHISE WITH US?

TYPES OF FRANCHISE OUTLET

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TAKEOUT COUNTER | FOODCOURT

For a takeout counter or foodcourt setup (no dining area), the estimate initial investment for a 35sqm is ₱2.8 million plus any additional startup costs (rental security deposits, initial inventory, staff training and government fees). This is only an estimate based on our real concept model.

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FULL / INLINE STORE

For a full / inline store setup (complete with dining area), the estimate initial investment for a 100sqm is ₱6 million plus any additional startup costs (rental security deposits, initial inventory, staff training and government fees). This is only an estimate based on our real concept model.

WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS?

SELF-DRIVEN ENTREPRENEUR

Never owned a business? Fret not! We’re open to first time entrepreneurs as long as you’re willing to learn the ambiguities of the food industry.

#1

SELF-MOTIVATED & A MOTIVATOR

A true entrepreneur is self-motivated with one goal in mind - to be successful! To effortlessly achieve success, one must know how to motivate people and promote teamwork among colleagues. Success is always a teamwork.

#2

WILLING TO UNDERGO TRAINING

We require future owners to undergo a 30-day full-time training at a designated branch of your choice. No exceptions! We’ll teach you how to efficiently run your restaurant and minimize overhead expenses.

#3

WILLING TO DEVOTE ONE’S TIME WITH DAILY STORE OPERATIONS

You must be able to devote your time to manage and oversee the day to day operations of the restaurant. Food quality and consistency are the most important recipes of success in the food industry.

#4

MUST BE A MAJORITY SHAREHOLDER

The primary applicant must be an individual owner for sole proprietor or the majority shareholder for a partnership or corporation. We only award a franchise to an individual.

#5

50% CASH CAPITALIZATION

We require a franchisee applicant to have adequate funding and capitalization. We won’t guarantee the success of your store as this is entirely upon how you manage it efficiently. The initial investment must include 50% out-of-pocket cash investment and it must be loan-free.

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LETTER OF INTENT

Last but not the least, you must submit a Letter of Intent to franchise. You may simply follow the link below and answer the prepared questions for your convenience. The Franchise Inquiry Form will serve as your Official Letter of Intent after submission.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  1. Must be a self-driven entrepreneur
  2. Must be self-motivated and a motivator to people
  3. Must be willing to undergo a full-time 30-day training
  4. Must be willing to devote his/her time to manage and oversee the day to day operations of the restaurant
  5. Must be an individual owner or majority shareholder
  6. Must have 50% out-of-pocket cash capitalization (loan-free)

An investment can range between ₱2.8 to ₱10 million. This will depend on the type of outlet, floor area, configuration of the store and miscellaneous startup costs.

 

For a takeout counter / foodcourt setup, the typical investment will range from ₱2.8 to ₱4 million. This excludes any miscellaneous startup investments like security deposits, staff training, initial inventory and government fees.

For a full / inline store setup, the typical investment will range from ₱6 to ₱8.5 million. This excludes any miscellaneous startup investments like security deposits, staff training, initial inventory and government fees.

We don’t require the space to be owned by the individual. We do however will prioritize a franchise award to owned land or spaces due to the fact that they will have a reduced operating expense.

  1. We don’t recommend shopping malls with gross percentage on sales as you won’t be profiting much and the return on investment will be longer than the average. There is a high probability that we will reject a proposed location inside a shopping mall with a percentage on gross sales unless the leased space is located on the ground floor with a high visibility and wide store frontage.
  2. If the leased space is located inside a building, it must be on the ground floor. Preference will be given to an applicant with an outdoor entrance and signage.
  3. The store frontage must be at least 6 meters wide. This is based on our experience that the wider the entrance, the more inviting and the more chances of attracting first-time customers.
  4. As much as possible, avoid having a multilevel layout (second or third floor). This is very counterproductive, will produce an inefficient store layout and requires additional staff to manage a multilevel layout.
  5. As much as possible, avoid polygonal or circular spaces. The best and more flexible shape for a restaurant is a square layout.

  • For a takeout counter setup, the minimum floor area must be at least 35 sqm.
  • For a foodcourt setup, the minimum floor area must be at least 30 sqm with an external storage space of 5 sqm or 35 sqm including the storage space.
  • For a full / inline store setup, the minimum floor area must be at least 100 sqm.

When you apply and get approved for a Jus & Jerry’s franchise, you have 2 options available:

  1. Worry-free construction. We will evaluate, design and construct the restaurant for you. All you need to do is undergo the required training and operate the store once it’s done. We’ll definitely offer a competitive pricing and you can even compare or have us bid for the project.
  2. Build everything yourself. As we are fairly new in this franchising market, we will allow and offer this flexibility to any franchisee applicant. There is however a strict design and equipment guidelines that you will need to adhere to conform with our specifications. Most of the kitchen equipments can be fabricated depending on your budget but please note that the material quality will still be subject to our approval.

Our introductory franchise fee offer is only ₱500,000. We do offer flexibility on construction, therefore, if you prefer to construct or renovate the store by yourself, this is the only amount that we will be collecting from you.

Like any other businesses, we can’t guarantee your success. This is why we vet our franchisees thoroughly and not just for the capital investment. Think of a franchise as commencing a new business minus all the trial and errors, setting up the basics and spending for R&D.

 

What we can only guarantee is that we will consistently offer quality food items that we have been known for a decade. The rest will be up to you on how you’ll efficiently run the restaurant and minimize the overall operating expenses.

Our standard royalty fee is 5% of gross sales. This is a standard practice in the franchising industry as part of the continued usage of the brand, recipe and marketing campaigns.

 

As an introductory offer, we will only charge a royalty fee of 3% on gross sales for the first contract. This is a generous offer for you to be able to quickly recoup your investments.

 

We won’t be charging a separate advertising fees for now. We will allot 1% of the remitted royalty fee in our advertising and marketing campaigns to boost the brand and sales promotion.

No, we don’t offer any financing programs. You may however finance the franchise thru bank loans up to 50% of the total investment which includes all the miscellaneous startup investments (rental security deposits, staff training, initial inventory and government fees).

Yes, you can still apply but we will prioritize applicants with existing or proposed available site or location.

Restaurant profitability will depend on several factors such as sales, market potential, type of outlet, initial investments and the ability of the franchisee to control the operating expenses. Financial viability questions will only be answered during the interview process.

If you are already running several restaurant brands, we may reduce this training program to a few days depending on your portfolio. This will be a case-to-case basis as you will still need to learn our own store and kitchen procedures.

You will be solely responsible with the hiring of your team. We will only assist with the recruitment and training of your team. However, you will be responsible with the expenses and required benefits of your team while on training.


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