Kuya J Restaurant, one of the fastest growing casual dining restaurants in the country, recently announced the launching of its franchise program at the SMX Convention Center, SM Aura Premier in Bonifacio Global City (BGC). Hundreds of entrepreneurs and partners attended the launch event to know more about the first of its kind franchise program and applied to start their very own Kuya J store.
Of course, the #KumareBloggers was there to witness this momentous event for one of our favorite restaurants. Actually, it has been a part of several sundays of our family beginning when they announced Jericho Rosales as their endorser.
The event started with a cheer dance from FEU Cheer Cadets…
Followed by Kuya J Halo-Halo Espesyal… I think his says that Kuya J’s strong brand and focus on Filipino food favorites are at the center of its readiness to franchise.
How To Franchise Kuya J Resaurant
Team Kuya J worked really hard to be able to reach 100++ stores and refined their operations to be able and to be ready for franchise. And now that they are they are, they are opening their doors to new partners.
- This is a one time fee for the entire term of the franchise. ₱1.5M for 10 years — ₱1.2M as Franchise Fee and ₱0.3M as service fee.It is subject to applicable VAT and other taxes.
- 5% Royalty Fee. Royalty Fee allows them to invest in improving operations, systems, and management of their network of Kuya J Restaurants.
- 3% System-wide Ad Fee is one of the most important aspects of their business. It ensures that the brand is present in the consumer’s minds
- 1% Local Ad Fee to be managed by the franchisee. It is for local store marketing in their vicinity or region.
The highlight of the Kuya J Franchise is its inhouse financing program which has the ability to support up to 70% of the franchisee’s capital requirement, as well as business development support, service training programs, management systems, and marketing programs.
The event ended with a mini concert from Bamboo!!!!
Lunch at Kuya J
And because of that event, we had lunch at Kuya J Monumento the next day.
We had Baked Scallops, Beef Caldereta, Lechon Kawali, and Chopsuey…
kay Twinkle ay ang kanyang favorite plain rice— as usual.
If you want to know more about how to become a Kuya J franchisee, visit www.kuyaj.ph/franchise or send an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.