If you’re wondering how to open a Japanese restaurant franchise being new to the industry, look no further – Samurai Sam’s™ has the answers you’re looking for. Our decades in business have helped us to develop a highly-effective business model that doesn’t require you to have prior experience working in or operating a restaurant. Read on to learn¹ more about what we look for in our franchisees and how we support them.
Who is Our Ideal Franchisee?
The Samurai Sam’s franchise opportunity could be a great fit for any financially-qualified investor who is willing to work hard at building their business. We’re looking for franchisees who are committed to mastering our business model, working within our well-established systems, and going above and beyond to grow their business. If you have these characteristics, the particulars of your background and experience are less important. A few types of franchisee we commonly work with include:
- Couples looking to build a business together: Opening a Samurai Sam’s restaurant is a great option for couples who are looking to build their own business. These franchisees often decide to split operational tasks between themselves and enjoy the freedom of making their own schedules. This is especially appealing to couples with children.
- Up-and-coming entrepreneurs: If you’re just getting started in your professional life but know you don’t want to make your living working for someone else, your entrepreneurial spirit is a great fit for Samurai Sam’s. We’ll show you how to open a Japanese restaurant franchise, how to keep it running smoothly, and how to grow your investment.
- Experienced investors: Samurai Sam’s can also be a great fit for investors who are simply looking to expand their holdings. We’ve found that it’s a good idea for our franchisees to take a hands-on role in the operation of their restaurant, but absentee ownership is possible with the right systems in place.
We Show Them How to Open a Japanese Restaurant Franchise
Opening a new restaurant can be daunting for independent owners: there are many tasks that will need to be taken care of. Securing the right signage and fixtures, finding a strong customer base, developing a menu that will appeal to the potential customers in your area – these are just a few of the tasks that will need to be taken care of. Samurai Sam’s franchisees, on the other hand, are shown exactly how to open a Japanese restaurant franchise based on our years of experience in the industry.
Our franchisees attend a comprehensive training program at our corporate headquarters. There, they learn the basics of operating our point-of-sale systems, ordering inventory and supplies, marketing their new business, and much more. Of course, we also work with them throughout the process of getting their new Samurai Sam’s restaurant up and running, even providing them with on-site training and assistance around the time of their grand opening. This support, combined with a wealth of resources, makes it possible for franchisees from a wide range of backgrounds to open their own Samurai Sam’s restaurant.
Ready to learn more about how to open a Japanese restaurant franchise? Contact Samurai Sam’s today!
- Neve, Sagar. “#5 Challenges You May Face If You Are a Restaurant Owner.” Entrepreneur, December 12, 2017. https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/306018.