A well-vetted set of systems and processes allows new franchise owners to quickly and accurately learn the ropes and run a smart, efficient business
Getting a handle on inventory, staff scheduling and other daily operations can be a challenge for any new business owner. Mucho Burrito Mexican cuisine franchise owners have access to a system designed to help them learn all of it.
With support from the MTY Group and Kahala Brands family, Mucho Burrito franchise owners can count on a well-crafted operational system designed to help franchise owners run a business that’s low on waste and high on profitability. A team of business-development consultants are on tap to support them, whether that’s with operational issues, regional marketing or any other issue that comes up.
In-store experience comes first
A new Mucho Burrito franchise Mexican food franchise owner will spend some time in a working store, getting valuable on-the-job experience. That way they learn the ropes as would any new employee, and so they aren’t coming at their new business purely from a managerial perspective.
Why is in-store experience important? Because often, in the hectic early days, a new franchise owner will be diving into every task behind the counter as well as in the office. Knowledge is power, and employees get a real boost when they see their boss jumping in to prep ingredients, make orders and help alongside them during a busy period.
Community engagement also adds benefits
Operations consultants also help the new franchise owner with marketing, including vital social media outreach that lets consumers know that Mucho Burrito has come to town — and what the brand is all about. That’s key, because good notices in an online review portal, or a string of positive posts, can provide a great deal of free advertising — and help drive traffic.
Once all this is in place, however, it’s not the end of operational support. Mucho Burrito franchise owners are always able to reach out to any or all members of their corporate support team with questions, suggestions and more. The Mucho Burrito brand has grown because it provides consistent, reliable and on-point support, and so the lines of communication are always open.
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. Estimated start-up costs range from $268,260 to $630,500, depending on the model you choose. Since 2006, we have been expanding in Canada thanks to a business model built for entrepreneurs who are passionate about bringing a reimagined, fun and flavorful Mexican food experience in their communities.