Entrepreneurs have the opportunity to be first to market with an exciting new concept in Mexican-inspired cuisine paired with an experienced support team
Often an entrepreneur is drawn toward food and dining concepts but winds up not moving ahead for fear of being just another fill-in-the-blank restaurant. That’s why so many are gravitating toward the Mucho Burrito Mexican food franchise concept as it enters the United States from its native Canada.
Mexican food is a hot market sector and continues to grow. There are a lot of players, but very few who can offer the combination of an exciting, Mexican-cuisine inspired menu alongside the experienced support franchise owners get around operations, training, marketing and more.
Support means Mexican food franchise owners focus on business
“A Mucho Burrito Mexican food franchise will get a lot of attention because consumers haven’t seen the name before,” explains Ray Zandi, Vice President of Franchise Development. “That alone is going to give franchise owners a leg up on the competition. Now factor in all the back-office functions that they’ll get help with as well, and you see why it’s a winning concept for first-time franchise owners and experienced restaurateurs alike.”
The corporate team at Kahala Brands will work with every Mucho Burrito franchise owner during a thorough onboarding, schooling them on everything from back-office operational systems such as inventory and payroll all the way to and through how to make and serve every menu item. The goal? Every franchise owner knows their restaurant front to back, top to bottom, from day one.
New market entrants get noticed
Now couple that kind of preparation with being the “new kid on the block.” Thanks to robust marketing support, every Mucho Burrito franchise owner will be ready to go with branded print and digital materials as they prepare to open. It’s a thorough, and tested, way to introduce Mucho Burrito to the community and drum up excitement ahead of opening.
“It’s not enough to be new, because that fades,” Zandi says. “The goal for a Mucho Burrito franchise is to generate interest ahead of opening, and then get those people into the restaurant. Once they come in, the amazing food and great customer experience will do the job of turning them into brand validators and repeat visitors.”
A Mucho Burrito franchise is a low-cost investment opportunity offering high growth potential. Join this dynamic brand as it enters the United States in 2019. Startup costs range from $268,260, to $630,500, depending on the model you choose. Since 2006, we have been expanding in the Canadian and UK markets thanks to a business model built for entrepreneurs who are passionate about bringing a reimagined, fun and flavorful Mexican food experience in their communities.