Aloha Poke is fielding interest from potential operators, all of whom hope a poke concept will simplify their portfolios.
“I’m not just looking to diversify. I’m looking to simplify.”
When Chris Birkinshaw heard those words at a multi-unit franchise conference in Las Vegas this August, the notion crystallized for the Aloha Poke CEO. The franchisees in attendance weren’t just looking for concepts to add on—they were thinking through complexity in a new light.
And it’s a trend surfacing sector-wide as restaurants emerge from COVID. Aloha Poke is seeing it firsthand, Birkinshaw says. The company is fielding interest from potential operators, all of whom hope a poke concept will simplify their portfolios.
Mainly, a rush toward lower operational costs, leaner operations, shorter food production lines, and less of a reliance on a large staff.
We’re looking for ambitious entrepreneurs who recognize a good opportunity when they see one. The poke bowl movement is only growing, and now is the time to get in on a fast-growth seafood franchise opportunity such as Aloha Poke Co.
Experienced restaurant professionals and multi-unit operators are particularly welcome. Contact us today for more information.