Teriyaki Madness Franchise
To buy a franchise with Teriyaki Madness, you'll need to have at least $500000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $450000.
Total Units: 211 (54 open; 157 sold)
Year Founded: 2003
Franchising Since: 2005
Home Office: Denver, CO
Locations Available: See Below*
Liquid Capital Required: $500,000
Net Worth Required: $450,000
Total Investment: $313,500 – $653,860
Franchise Fee: N/A
Royalty Type: -
Vetern Discount: -
*Teriyaki Madness is currently accepting inquiries from the following locations: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District Of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming
Values & History
Teriyaki Madness was created in 2003 when the founders brought the Seattle-style teriyaki they loved as students to Las Vegas to see if the concept would work in a different market. Soon they had amassed a large following of loyal fans and Average Unit Volumes over a million dollars. In 2012, with seven restaurants in operation, Teriyaki Madness began to take its proven business concepts nationwide. Now operating in 18 states with over 200 franchise ownerships sold, the Teriyaki Madness business model is bringing franchise owners great financial success, and the company has no intention of slowing down now.
Asian-style fast food restaurants have grown by nearly 500% since 1999, making it the fastest-growing category in the country. Boasting a potential profit margin of 21%, Teriyaki Madness prides itself on number transparency, and with results like these, it's not hard to see why. The company experienced 12% sales growth over 2018, up from 4.2% the previous year. Average Unit Volume stands at $1.13 million, with initial investment relatively low. Teriyaki Madness has experienced significant growth over the last four years in a range of locations.
Training & Support
Comprehensive training and support are provided to all new franchise investors, beginning with a three-stage training program on all aspects of running the business. Initial training is conducted at our headquarters in Denver, CO over the course of four days, offered every six weeks throughout the year. Hands-on training is then designated to engage owners and their selected managers on a one-on-one basis for five days at either the Virginia Beach, VA or Lincoln, NE locations. Hands-on training is typically scheduled within eight weeks of the grand opening. Special trainers are then provided onsite at each location for 10-14 days to assist with opening and staff training, with a host of ongoing support options available through business coaching, operations updates, and additional training programs.
Ideal Candidate & Qualifications
Although it is looked upon favorably during the selection process, potential owners will not necessarily need food service experience. That said, franchisees must have strong business management skills and be willing to work hard. A positive, fun-loving attitude with a commitment to excellence in service and a drive for financial success is imperative to business success. Strong leadership skills and the ability to be a team player under the Teriyaki Madness brand are also ideal.
Purchasing a Teriyaki Madness Franchise
Franchise owners interested in opening a Teriyaki Madness restaurant will need at least $500,000 in liquid capital, with a minimum net worth of $450,000. The total investment for this opportunity stands between $313,500 and $653,860. Financing options via a third-party are available for qualified candidates, and discounts on the franchise fee are also available for multi-unit operators.
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