If you’ve been researching the most profitable small franchises, you should consider Aloha Poke Co. While our presence is growing, our locations don’t take a large initial investment to get started. That’s because there’s no need for our franchisees to invest in things like hoods, grills, fryers, or large dining areas. We like to keep things simple, and so do our customers. Here, learn what it takes to open one of our low-cost profitable franchises.
The Estimated Total Poke Franchise Cost
We estimate that our franchisees will spend between $138,800-$357,700 getting their new restaurant up and running. This cost covers just about everything it takes to get started, including the following:
- Point of sale systems
- Initial inventory
- Real estate costs
- Initial marketing expenses
- Construction/Leasehold Improvements
Perhaps the best thing about these startup costs is that you can count on our team to walk you through exactly what you’ll need to invest in every step of the way.
How are we able to keep our poke franchise cost so low compared to other franchises? For one thing, we streamline just about everything. Since most of our bowls are raw or mostly raw, we don’t need to invest in costly kitchen equipment. Our order and pay first model increases our throughput cuts down on wait times, and eliminates the need for a 20 ft service line. Our bowls are designed to eat on the go – so we don’t need huge dining areas in our restaurants. These are just a few of the ways we’re able to keep our initial investment so low.
The Initial Franchise Fee
Another important part of the total initial investment is the franchise fee. We also keep that low – just $35K for the first location and $30K for each additional location. The franchise fee is a valuable part of the investment because it allows you access to our many training and support resources, as well as the use of our brand name.
Some people wonder why they should invest in a franchise that requires them to pay a fee when they could simply start a restaurant on their own. However, the Aloha Poke Co. franchise fee can potentially save you money in the long run. Buying into our system grants you instant access to well-established vendor relationships, a dedicated support team, and much more.
One of the reasons Aloha Poke stands out is that we prioritize quality. All of our fish is sustainably sourced – like our line-caught, sashimi-grade Ahi tuna and Patagonia raised salmon that requires no antibiotics. We’ve built up a system that allows you to access foods like these at great prices, keeping your profit margins as large as possible.
Why go it alone when you can buy into a business plan that’s already figured out the most efficient way to operate?
These are just a few important points to know about the Aloha Poke Co. franchise cost. Contact us today to learn more about what you’ll get when you invest!