Five Guys Franchise UK
Five Guys is one of the UK’s fastest growing food franchise brands. It focuses on the simple formula of ‘Burgers and fries – cooked to perfection, and was established in Virgina, USA in 1986 by the Murrell family, as a family owned and operated business. The Five Guys chain has since grown to over 1500 locations in sixteen different countries, with a worldwide revenue of over £650million. Still to this day, Five Guys operate on the principles of using fresh (not frozen) ingredients without cutting corners, and offering customised burgers, hot dogs and drinks. The Murrell family members continue to play key roles in the business.
Five Guys began franchising in 2002 and is currently looking for franchisees in select international markets within North America, Europe and APAC.
The ideal Five Guys franchisee would be someone who is business-minded, goal-orientated and success-driven, with a passion for the fast food industry. Full training and support will be given for the right franchisee, with an initial two-week training period as well as ongoing support and advertising.
The cost of a Five Guys franchise: £300,000
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